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Logback: the reliable, generic, fast and flexible logging framework. Copyright (C) 1999-2011, QOS.ch. All rights reserved. This program and the accompanying materials are dual-licensed under either the terms of the Eclipse Public License v1.0 as published by the Eclipse Foundation or (per the licensee's choosing) under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License version 2.1 as published by the Free Software Foundation.
package ch.qos.logback.core.net;

Constants used by syslog daemon and transitively by SyslogAppenderBase.

Author(s):
Ceki Gülcü
public class SyslogConstants {
  
  static public final int SYSLOG_PORT = 514;
  
  
  // Following constants extracted from RFC 3164, we multiply them by 8
  // in order to precompute the facility part of PRI.
  // See RFC 3164, Section 4.1.1 for exact details.

  
Emergency: system is unusable
  public static final int EMERGENCY_SEVERITY = 0;       
  
Alert: action must be taken immediately
  public static final int ALERT_SEVERITY = 1;       
  
Critical: critical conditions
  public static final int CRITICAL_SEVERITY = 2;  
  
Error: error conditions
  public static final int ERROR_SEVERITY = 3;  
  
Warning: warning conditions
  public static final int WARNING_SEVERITY = 4;  
  
Notice: normal but significant condition
  public static final int NOTICE_SEVERITY = 5;  
  
Informational: informational messages
  public static final int INFO_SEVERITY = 6;  
  
Debug: debug-level messages
  public static final int DEBUG_SEVERITY = 7;  
  
  
  
kernel messages, numerical code 0.
  public static final int LOG_KERN = 0;
  
user-level messages, numerical code 1.
  public static final int LOG_USER = 1 << 3;
  
mail system, numerical code 2.
  public static final int LOG_MAIL = 2 << 3;
  
system daemons, numerical code 3.
  public static final int LOG_DAEMON = 3 << 3;
  
security/authorization messages, numerical code 4.
  public static final int LOG_AUTH = 4 << 3;
  
messages generated internally by syslogd, numerical code 5.
  public static final int LOG_SYSLOG = 5 << 3;
  
line printer subsystem, numerical code 6.
  public static final int LOG_LPR = 6 << 3;
  
network news subsystem, numerical code 7.
  public static final int LOG_NEWS = 7 << 3;
  
UUCP subsystem, numerical code 8
  public static final int LOG_UUCP = 8 << 3;
  
clock daemon, numerical code 9.
  public static final int LOG_CRON = 9 << 3;
  
security/authorization messages, numerical code 10.
  public static final int LOG_AUTHPRIV = 10 << 3;
  
ftp daemon, numerical code 11.
  public static final int LOG_FTP = 11 << 3;
  
NTP subsystem, numerical code 12.
  public static final int LOG_NTP = 12 << 3;
  
log audit, numerical code 13.
  public static final int LOG_AUDIT = 13 << 3;
  
log alert, numerical code 14.
  public static final int LOG_ALERT = 14 << 3;
  
clock daemon, numerical code 15.
  public static final int LOG_CLOCK = 15 << 3;
  
reserved for local use, numerical code 16.
  public static final int LOG_LOCAL0 = 16 << 3;
  
reserved for local use, numerical code 17.
  public static final int LOG_LOCAL1 = 17 << 3;
  
reserved for local use, numerical code 18.
  public static final int LOG_LOCAL2 = 18 << 3;
  
reserved for local use, numerical code 19.
  public static final int LOG_LOCAL3 = 19 << 3;
  
reserved for local use, numerical code 20.
  public static final int LOG_LOCAL4 = 20 << 3;
  
reserved for local use, numerical code 21.
  public static final int LOG_LOCAL5 = 21 << 3;
  
reserved for local use, numerical code 22.
  public static final int LOG_LOCAL6 = 22 << 3;
  
reserved for local use, numerical code 23
  public static final int LOG_LOCAL7 = 23 << 3;
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