Re: Difference beetween logging level and logging facility
No, facilities don't work that way. local7 is just another facility, independent from all others such as cron, daemon, etc. The facility allow administrators to logically separate messages (e.g. write them to separate files, forward them to different destinations, etc.)
The severity, on the other hand, does work like that. The higher severity numbers "include" the lower severity numbers. So, if you specify:
In your syslog.conf, then that will log all messages sent with the local7 facility with any severity to /var/log/syslog_info. On the other hand:
Will only log messages with a severity number of info (i.e. 6) or lower (i.e. more severe messages). In other words, no local7 messages with a severity of debug will be logged to syslog_info.
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