Thursday, August 04, 2005

IHE and syslog

I am abusing this blog a little as my lab notebook. I had an interesting discussion on IHE and syslog. The issue with that is that IHE defines log records of up to 32K, while syslog only allows records of up to 1k - at least in current standards. Thankfully, many syslog implementation to not take this limit as fixed and ignore the standard in that regard. Also, the upcoming new standard allows for larger messages, so this...

While writing the text, I found blogger to be a bit unhandy for this use. So I moved that over to a paper on our web sites. There it is now, entitled "IHE and syslog message size".

I keep the text in here as a reference.

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