This is a correct config to send all syslog messages (and debugging output) to a syslog server. The reason you don't see messages on your console is that you have "no logging console" configured. This is actually a good thing as it cuts down on interrupts and thus CPU load. The fact that you also have "no logging monitor" configured means that you will also not see messages when you enable "terminal monitor". This may not be desirable.
If the only messages you are seeing on your syslog server are the config change messages, then those are the only messages the device is sending. Check the output of "show logg" and that should confirm it.
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