logger.queue.size

This configuration parameter controls the maximum number of messages that may be queued before they are sent to syslog. The messages in the queue are sent to syslog asynchronously. During normal operation, if the number of messages in the queue reaches the value set for this parameter, no new messages are added until the number of messages in the queue decreases below the maximum number you have specified.

Each message consumes about 100 bytes of storage in the message queue.

If the logging level is set to DEBUG, this parameter’s value is automatically multiplied by a factor of 4 to allow additional messages to be logged.

The parameter value must be a positive integer. For example:

log.queue.size: 256

Note:   Setting this parameter to zero (0) disables the message queue, and causes all log messages to be written to the syslog facility synchronously. In most cases, disabling the message queue degrades system performance, and in extreme cases, may cause a dead lock with the syslog daemon during log rotations. Therefore, Centrify recommends that you never set this parameter value to 0.

If this parameter is not defined in the configuration file, its default value is 256 KB.

If you change this parameter, you must restart the agent, adclient, for the change take effect.