Re: [nslu2-linux] CUPS & rsyslogd causing disk spin-up
- feffer wrote:
>Evidently the avahi-daemon is needed for music sharing using mt-daapd
> I also turned avahi-daemon off. I don't think I need it either?
(iTunes-like music sharing). It seems to keep the disk spinning -- maybe
because it's needed to broadcast the music-server's location to the network.
Can anyone verify this? Is there a way around this?
Concerning system logs -- I would like to have them active, and the nslu2
site shows an option to prevent syslogd from doing constant writes (m0), but
Lenny doesn't use syslogd. It uses rsyslogd, and I can't find any similar
option information either on the nslu2 site or the rsyslog site. Anyone here
know how to configure rsyslog to keep my slug hd from constantly spinning
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