[Logcheck-devel] Bug#443171: Bug#443171: Bug#443171: rules to ignore acpid messages
martin f krafft
madduck at debian.org
Fri Sep 21 09:01:59 UTC 2007
also sprach Hanspeter Kunz <hkunz at ifi.uzh.ch> [2007.09.21.0853 +0100]:
> It is a good thing to have rules that are as specific as possible.
> But they should only be as specific as needed, don't you agree?
> (or am I missing something here?)
> The rules above are unspecific (to some extent) because it is
> their purpose to match to a lot of cases. So, there is really no
> need to be more specific. If so, many more rules would be
> necessary (which is again not helpful for logchecks performance).
I didn't make the submission rules, I just observed them. The only
thing I can say is that performance is not something I worry about
with logcheck, or I'd have long orphaned the package. :)
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