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From Shane Williams <sha...@shanew.net>
Subject Unique identifier in debug output
Date Fri, 05 Aug 2016 18:03:51 GMT
I currently run spamd (3.4.1) with the --debug flag and a subset of
debug channels and it handles enough traffic that the debug
information for emails regularly overlap in the log file.  While each
line contains the literal text "spamd" followed by the pid of the
child (in brackets), those pids obviously recur again and again
throughout the log file.

Is there some way to get a unique (or even mostly unique) identifier
such that I could use it to grep a single "run" of a child process?  I
don't see any options that would do this, so I suspect it will
require changing the code, but I thought I'd ask in case I just missed
something.

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