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use_logd - the directive to determine whether heartbeats use logging daemon or not

The use_logd directive specifies whether heartbeat logs its messages through logging daemon or not. The syntax is simple

use_logd <yes/no>

Default is no.

If use_logd is "yes", all log messages will be sent through IPC to the logging daemon, which then writes them into log files. If the logging daemon is not running, a warning message will be logged and all messages will be written to log files directly. It is not heartbeat's responsibility to start/stop the logging daemon.

If use_logd is "no", all log messages will be written to log files directly.