RHEL 7.x rsyslog. BUG???

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OS: Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server Release 7.9 (Maipo)

kern.* /var/log/kenr.log settings are registered twice daily at irregular times in the /etc/rsyslog.conf and /etc/logrotate.d/syslog files. Since I do not use kern.log, I every day connect to the server, delete the settings directly, and restart the daemon.

Related logs were found around the same time. Could it be related?

thank youe symptom occurs on all Redhat-based systems, including Redhat, but does not occur on Debian-based systems.

I looked for the reason, but couldn't find it.

Is there anyone who can help me? Or would you please share some tracking techniques...

thank you




Found the cause. I found out that it started happening after installing v3.

There was a syntax for creating kern.log in the rsyslog.conf file in v3 install.sh, and redundant work was being done to add it when the syntax did not exist.

install.sh is located under the driver directory and appears to run daily.