SYSLOGD-SENDTEST - Syslog Message Tests
syslod-sendtest [options] [host]
Sends sample Syslog messages.
host The host to send to. DEFAULT: (or not specified) localhost. -4 Force IPv4. -6 Force IPv6 (overrides -4). -d datagram Entire Syslog datagram. Use double-quotes to delimit. --datagram Overrides all other options except 'host'. Example: "<190>Jan 01 00:00:00 host syslog.pl: Message" DEFAULT: (or not specified) [build from user input] -f facility Syslog facility. Valid facility: --facility kernel, user, mail, system, security, internal, printer, news, uucp, clock, security2, ftp, ntp, audit, alert, clock2, local0, local1, local2, local3, local4, local5, local6, local7 DEFAULT: (or not specified) [local7] -h name|IP[v6] Hostname. --hostname DEFAULT: (or not specified) localhost -m message Syslog message. Use double-quotes to delimit --message if spaces are used. DEFAULT: (or not specified) ["Message from ..."] -ms Include milliseconds in timestamp. --msec Not RFC 3164 compliant. DEFAULT: (or not specified) [do not include] -s severity Syslog severity. Valid severity: --severity emergency, alert, critical, error, warning, notice, informational, debug DEFAULT: (or not specified) [informational] -y Include year in timestamp. --year Not RFC 3164 compliant. DEFAULT: (or not specified) [do not include]
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