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You can overwrite your existing loggly configuration to make sure there are no errors and verify it again. Use netstat to verify Rsyslog has an established connection to Loggly.

Specifically, check that Loggly can make a connection through your firewall on the proper port.

According to , the default IUSR_ needs to be added to the Users group needs to explicitly state that error logs are written to syslog (ie.

error_log = syslog), otherwise the syslog module will not work.

It’s 514 for syslog, 6514 for TLS syslog, 80 for HTTP, and 643 for HTTPS.

I got the "The file '/var/log/syslog' does not exist." message when I tried to run KSystem Log as well as "The file '/var/log/auth.log' does not exist." when I tried to view the authentication log. Getting KSystem Log to work properly on Fedora seems a bit fiddly...

The permission of this file already changed to "-rw-r-----", and the group of the file is "wheel." Also when I tried to read this file by using the "more" command, the terminal said "Permission denied," but my username already belong to the "wheel" group.

Perhaps the easiest way is to switch to root in the terminal then read /var/log/messages? As I said, I can't easily check that at the moment, and I'm not too sure how to go about changing the security context of the file to allow you to read it.(I've never really understood SELinux ) To check whether this is an SELinux issue, you could run system-config-selinux and change the "System Default Enforcing Mode" to Permissive or Disabled, then re-boot, and try accessing /var/log/messages again.Caveats: this might still not work if there are SELinux restrictions in force, but I can't easily test that here; also if KSystem Log suddenly starts complaining again about privileges, you may need to re-run the command at step 6 just above.Caveats: this might still not work if there are SELinux restrictions in force, but I can't easily test that here; also if KSystem Log suddenly starts complaining again about privileges, you may need to re-run the command at step 6 just above. I did all the steps and KSystem Log complained again about privileges, so I re-run the command of step 6 (terminal command.) But the result was still the same.It might not be as user friendly as Database Logging but will allow you to see logs and troubleshoot if your site is not accessible.