I've installed HA-Proxy version 220.127.116.11 on a freshly installed Fedora Core 9 server. Everything seems to be working fine as far I can see from the Ha-Proxy stats. However, I can't seem to locate the logs that HA-Proxy writes to. Below is the content of my /etc/haproxy/haproxy.cfg Code: global log 127.0.0.1 local0 log 127.0.0.1 local1 notice #log loghost local0 info maxconn 4096 #debug #quiet user haproxy group haproxy defaults log global mode http option httplog option dontlognull retries 3 option redispatch maxconn 2000 contimeout 5000 clitimeout 50000 srvtimeout 50000 listen IK_WebFarm 10.1.1.2:80 mode http stats enable stats auth someuser:somepassword balance source cookie JSESSIONID prefix option httpclose option forwardfor option httpchk HEAD /check.txt HTTP/1.0 server WEB-1 10.1.1.30:80 cookie A check server WEB-2 10.1.1.31:80 cookie B check I've googled for answers and there is a site that said something about HA-Proxy logging to a syslog facility local0 via a socket connection, which by default, in most syslog configuration, does not accept socket connections or doesn't have any local0 facility. There is instructions on how to fix this but it only applies to servers using syslogd, which FC no longer supports and now uses rsyslogd. I have no prior experience in configuring syslog or anything like that, so I would appreciate if someone can help me. How do I configure rsyslogd to accept HA-Proxy logging How do I configure HA-Proxy to write the logs to specific file and location, eg. /var/log/haproxy.log UPDATE! I've added the following to /etc/rsyslog.conf Code: # Save HA-Proxy logs local0.* /var/log/haproxy_0.log local1.* /var/log/haproxy_1.log Now I can see the 2 log files when I restart rsyslogd, but nothing is being logged into those 2 files. Anyone have any idea how to sort this out? Thanks.