A range of directives are available for services protected by
xinetd. This section highlights some of the more commonly used options.
18.104.22.168.1. Logging Options
The following logging options are available for both
/etc/xinetd.conf and the service-specific configuration files within the
The following 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, see the
xinetd.conf man page.