Used to specify the identity field used in syslog entries.
The default is the value of
property to provide backwards compatibility.
In most cases, users do not need to set this property themselves as
it is set in the shell script which is shipped with the Wrapper.
If the value specified is greater than 32 characters in length,
it will be quietly trimmed to 32 characters.
This is needed to avoid problems with syslog servers.
(See RFC 3164 section 4.1.3)
Sets the facility code to use when logging to the syslog on UNIX systems.
Sets the identity (or event source on Windows) to use when logging to the syslog.
Ensures whether the event source should exist or not in the Windows registry.
Specifies the local host name included in the packets sent to a remote syslog.
Filters messages sent to the syslog (or event log on Windows) according to their log levels.
Specifies the host name of a remote syslog server where log outputs should be redirected to.
Specifies the port that the remote syslog server is listening on.
Forces messages to be broken up into individual lines making them easier to read.