No local logs after specifying an unusual storage directory
Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) is a set of kernel and user-space tools enforcing strict access control policies. SELinux rules in Linux distributions cover all aspects of the configuration coming in the
syslog-ng package available in the distribution. But as soon as an unusual port number or directory name is specified in the configuration,
syslog-ng fails to work even with a completely legitimate configuration.
When you choose to save logs of a central AxoSyslog server to a directory other than the
/var/log directory, logs will not start appearing on the newly configured directory. For details on how to fix this issue, see section “Using a different storage directory” in the blog post titled Using syslog-ng with SELinux in enforcing mode.