Aug 3 localhost portmap: connect from 127.0.0.1 to unset(status): request from unprivileged port Aug 3 localhost restorecond: terminated Aug 3 localhost auditd: The audit daemon is exiting.
Aug 3 localhost kernel: audit(1217777103.27): audit_pid=0 old=2093 by auid=4294967295 subj=system_u:system_r:auditd_t:s0 Aug 3 localhost pcscd: pcscdaemon.c:572:signal_trap() Preparing for suicide Aug 3 localhost kernel: usb 1-6: USB disconnect, address 2 Aug 3 localhost pcscd: hotplug_libusb.c:376: HPRescan Usb Bus() Hotplug stopped Aug 3 localhost pcscd: readerfactory.c:1379: RFCleanup Readers() entering cleaning function Aug 3 localhost pcscd: pcscdaemon.c:532:at_exit() cleaning /var/run Aug 3 localhost kernel: Kernel logging (proc) stopped.
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If that doesn't yield anything expand search to Red Hat and other OS sources.The utmp file records who is currently using the system. The function logout() clears the entry in the utmp file again.More precisely, login() takes the argument ut struct, fills the field ut-ut_line.If that doesn't yield anything then you've covered everything that could be faster and more efficient and we'll try to work it out ourselves. Your syslogd PID 2045 shows it hasn't opened /dev/log.As root account user, notice the commandline of your running syslog ('pgrep -lf syslogd'), kill it (don't use '/etc/init.d/syslogd stop': keep klogd running), then try to start syslogd from the commandline as '/usr/bin/strace -v -o /tmp/syslog.strace /sbin/syslogd', adding these: "-f /etc/-d -a /dev/log 2&1 | tee /tmp/syslog.tee" to your default switches to force it to read syslog.conf, enter debug mode and stay in the foreground, force it to use /dev/log and copy stdout and stderr to the file /tmp/