On Sun, Apr 20, 2008 at 6:06 PM, Jay Leafey wrote: > Bernd Bartmann wrote: > > Now after another reboot nothing is logged at all anymore :-(( > > syslogd and klogd are running but nothing gets written to any logfile. > > Don't know if it was related, but I had a similar problem at about the same > time, syslog was running but no messages. With nothing in the logs it's > tough to troubleshoot! > > After perusing the audit logs (not controlled by syslogd) I found where it > was complaining about the security context on /etc/services. It appeared > that the context had been munged right around the DST change, so I used > 'restorecon -v /etc/services' to fix it. Restarted syslog afterwards and > everything seems fine. > > Hope your's is that easy to fix! Thanks! Indeed it seems to be SElinux related. In the meantime I did: touch /.autorelabel reboot After the reboot everything is working normally again. Best regards, Bernd.