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    syslog: First step in retiring /etc/syslog.conf · 97fbe9db
    Bill MacAllister authored
    This change does not affect the current usage of the module.  It does
    allow manifests to choose to retire /etc/syslog.conf in favor or
    fragments in /etc/rsyslog.d to control the syslog activity.  One
    default fragment, 90-local.conf, that writes syslog messages
    This change also include a fragment define that is used for the
    management of rsyslog fragments.
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