source: rtems-libbsd/freebsd-userspace/rtems/include/sys/syslog.h @ a4713c6

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Last change on this file since a4713c6 was a4713c6, checked in by Joel Sherrill <joel.sherrill@…>, on Jul 28, 2012 at 11:39:41 AM

Add syslog functionality from old TCP/IP stack.

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1/*-
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27 * SUCH DAMAGE.
28 *
29 *      @(#)syslog.h    8.1 (Berkeley) 6/2/93
30 * $FreeBSD$
31 */
32
33#ifndef _SYS_SYSLOG_H_
34#define _SYS_SYSLOG_H_
35
36#define _PATH_LOG       "/var/run/log"
37#define _PATH_LOG_PRIV  "/var/run/logpriv"
38#define _PATH_OLDLOG    "/dev/log"      /* backward compatibility */
39
40/*
41 * priorities/facilities are encoded into a single 32-bit quantity, where the
42 * bottom 3 bits are the priority (0-7) and the top 28 bits are the facility
43 * (0-big number).  Both the priorities and the facilities map roughly
44 * one-to-one to strings in the syslogd(8) source code.  This mapping is
45 * included in this file.
46 *
47 * priorities (these are ordered)
48 */
49#define LOG_EMERG       0       /* system is unusable */
50#define LOG_ALERT       1       /* action must be taken immediately */
51#define LOG_CRIT        2       /* critical conditions */
52#define LOG_ERR         3       /* error conditions */
53#define LOG_WARNING     4       /* warning conditions */
54#define LOG_NOTICE      5       /* normal but significant condition */
55#define LOG_INFO        6       /* informational */
56#define LOG_DEBUG       7       /* debug-level messages */
57
58#define LOG_PRIMASK     0x07    /* mask to extract priority part (internal) */
59                                /* extract priority */
60#define LOG_PRI(p)      ((p) & LOG_PRIMASK)
61#define LOG_MAKEPRI(fac, pri)   ((fac) | (pri))
62
63#ifdef SYSLOG_NAMES
64#define INTERNAL_NOPRI  0x10    /* the "no priority" priority */
65                                /* mark "facility" */
66#define INTERNAL_MARK   LOG_MAKEPRI((LOG_NFACILITIES<<3), 0)
67typedef struct _code {
68        const char      *c_name;
69        int             c_val;
70} CODE;
71
72CODE prioritynames[] = {
73        { "alert",      LOG_ALERT,      },
74        { "crit",       LOG_CRIT,       },
75        { "debug",      LOG_DEBUG,      },
76        { "emerg",      LOG_EMERG,      },
77        { "err",        LOG_ERR,        },
78        { "error",      LOG_ERR,        },      /* DEPRECATED */
79        { "info",       LOG_INFO,       },
80        { "none",       INTERNAL_NOPRI, },      /* INTERNAL */
81        { "notice",     LOG_NOTICE,     },
82        { "panic",      LOG_EMERG,      },      /* DEPRECATED */
83        { "warn",       LOG_WARNING,    },      /* DEPRECATED */
84        { "warning",    LOG_WARNING,    },
85        { NULL,         -1,             }
86};
87#endif
88
89/* facility codes */
90#define LOG_KERN        (0<<3)  /* kernel messages */
91#define LOG_USER        (1<<3)  /* random user-level messages */
92#define LOG_MAIL        (2<<3)  /* mail system */
93#define LOG_DAEMON      (3<<3)  /* system daemons */
94#define LOG_AUTH        (4<<3)  /* authorization messages */
95#define LOG_SYSLOG      (5<<3)  /* messages generated internally by syslogd */
96#define LOG_LPR         (6<<3)  /* line printer subsystem */
97#define LOG_NEWS        (7<<3)  /* network news subsystem */
98#define LOG_UUCP        (8<<3)  /* UUCP subsystem */
99#define LOG_CRON        (9<<3)  /* clock daemon */
100#define LOG_AUTHPRIV    (10<<3) /* authorization messages (private) */
101                                /* Facility #10 clashes in DEC UNIX, where */
102                                /* it's defined as LOG_MEGASAFE for AdvFS  */
103                                /* event logging.                          */
104#define LOG_FTP         (11<<3) /* ftp daemon */
105#define LOG_NTP         (12<<3) /* NTP subsystem */
106#define LOG_SECURITY    (13<<3) /* security subsystems (firewalling, etc.) */
107#define LOG_CONSOLE     (14<<3) /* /dev/console output */
108
109        /* other codes through 15 reserved for system use */
110#define LOG_LOCAL0      (16<<3) /* reserved for local use */
111#define LOG_LOCAL1      (17<<3) /* reserved for local use */
112#define LOG_LOCAL2      (18<<3) /* reserved for local use */
113#define LOG_LOCAL3      (19<<3) /* reserved for local use */
114#define LOG_LOCAL4      (20<<3) /* reserved for local use */
115#define LOG_LOCAL5      (21<<3) /* reserved for local use */
116#define LOG_LOCAL6      (22<<3) /* reserved for local use */
117#define LOG_LOCAL7      (23<<3) /* reserved for local use */
118
119#define LOG_NFACILITIES 24      /* current number of facilities */
120#define LOG_FACMASK     0x03f8  /* mask to extract facility part */
121                                /* facility of pri */
122#define LOG_FAC(p)      (((p) & LOG_FACMASK) >> 3)
123
124#ifdef SYSLOG_NAMES
125CODE facilitynames[] = {
126        { "auth",       LOG_AUTH,       },
127        { "authpriv",   LOG_AUTHPRIV,   },
128        { "console",    LOG_CONSOLE,    },
129        { "cron",       LOG_CRON,       },
130        { "daemon",     LOG_DAEMON,     },
131        { "ftp",        LOG_FTP,        },
132        { "kern",       LOG_KERN,       },
133        { "lpr",        LOG_LPR,        },
134        { "mail",       LOG_MAIL,       },
135        { "mark",       INTERNAL_MARK,  },      /* INTERNAL */
136        { "news",       LOG_NEWS,       },
137        { "ntp",        LOG_NTP,        },
138        { "security",   LOG_SECURITY,   },
139        { "syslog",     LOG_SYSLOG,     },
140        { "user",       LOG_USER,       },
141        { "uucp",       LOG_UUCP,       },
142        { "local0",     LOG_LOCAL0,     },
143        { "local1",     LOG_LOCAL1,     },
144        { "local2",     LOG_LOCAL2,     },
145        { "local3",     LOG_LOCAL3,     },
146        { "local4",     LOG_LOCAL4,     },
147        { "local5",     LOG_LOCAL5,     },
148        { "local6",     LOG_LOCAL6,     },
149        { "local7",     LOG_LOCAL7,     },
150        { NULL,         -1,             }
151};
152#endif
153
154#ifdef _KERNEL
155#define LOG_PRINTF      -1      /* pseudo-priority to indicate use of printf */
156#endif
157
158/*
159 * arguments to setlogmask.
160 */
161#define LOG_MASK(pri)   (1 << (pri))            /* mask for one priority */
162#define LOG_UPTO(pri)   ((1 << ((pri)+1)) - 1)  /* all priorities through pri */
163
164/*
165 * Option flags for openlog.
166 *
167 * LOG_ODELAY no longer does anything.
168 * LOG_NDELAY is the inverse of what it used to be.
169 */
170#define LOG_PID         0x01    /* log the pid with each message */
171#define LOG_CONS        0x02    /* log on the console if errors in sending */
172#define LOG_ODELAY      0x04    /* delay open until first syslog() (default) */
173#define LOG_NDELAY      0x08    /* don't delay open */
174#define LOG_NOWAIT      0x10    /* don't wait for console forks: DEPRECATED */
175#define LOG_PERROR      0x20    /* log to stderr as well */
176
177#ifdef _KERNEL
178
179#else /* not _KERNEL */
180
181/*
182 * Don't use va_list in the vsyslog() prototype.   Va_list is typedef'd in two
183 * places (<machine/varargs.h> and <machine/stdarg.h>), so if we include one
184 * of them here we may collide with the utility's includes.  It's unreasonable
185 * for utilities to have to include one of them to include syslog.h, so we get
186 * __va_list from <sys/_types.h> and use it.
187 */
188#include <sys/cdefs.h>
189#include <sys/_types.h>
190
191__BEGIN_DECLS
192void    closelog(void);
193void    openlog(const char *, int, int);
194int     setlogmask(int);
195void    syslog(int, const char *, ...); /* JRS __printflike(2, 3); */
196#if __BSD_VISIBLE
197void    vsyslog(int, const char *, __va_list); /* JRS __printflike(2, 0); */
198#endif
199__END_DECLS
200
201#endif /* !_KERNEL */
202
203#endif
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