Brian J. Murrell via FreeIPA-users wrote:
Rob Crittenden via FreeIPA-users wrote:
> It was changed with freeIPA 4.9.0. It is hardcoded:
> It was done as part of https://pagure.io/freeipa/issue/8094
Is it really necessary that every installation, whether it's having
trouble or not have this noise in their logs? Couldn't/shouldn't this
be like most other debug facilities that is enabled when necessary and
quiet when not?
Of course, I realize I could just edit /usr/libexec/ipa/ipa-dnskeysync-
replica to turn this down, but that only helps me and only until the
next installation of ipa-server-dns.
Sure, please file an RFE.
The issue is that logging is configured before the API is, and therefore
before any configuration file is read, so there is no debug on/off to be
The order of api.bootstrap and standard_logging_setup need to be
t='dns', confdir=paths.ETC_IPA, in_server=True)
', confdir=paths.ETC_IPA, in_server=True)
and use api.env.debug instead of True for.
If a user wanted/needed additional logging they would need to create
/etc/ipa/dns.conf with the contents:
debug = True
and restart world.