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As a system administrator, one of the most important tasks is the respond to warning and error messages that appear in log files quickly and effectively. The expectation for these log files is that they provide the following information:
At the moment, there are issues related to message logging functionality in virtualized environments like qemu and libvirt. In this presentation, we will highlight these issues, discuss the existing solutions and share best practices for those system administrators and developers who are concerned with the reliability of logging messages.