There are a large assortment of directives available for
xinetd protected services. This section highlights some of the more commonly used options.
188.8.131.52. Logging Options
The following logging options are available for both
/etc/xinetd.conf and the service-specific configuration files within the
Below is a list of some of the more commonly used logging options:
ATTEMPT — Logs the fact that a failed attempt was made (
DURATION — Logs the length of time the service is used by a remote system (
EXIT — Logs the exit status or termination signal of the service (
HOST — Logs the remote host's IP address (
PID — Logs the process ID of the server receiving the request (
USERID — Logs the remote user using the method defined in RFC 1413 for all multi-threaded stream services (
For a complete list of logging options, refer to the
xinetd.conf man page.