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authorRainer Gerhards <rgerhards@adiscon.com>2012-05-29 12:42:46 +0200
committerRainer Gerhards <rgerhards@adiscon.com>2012-05-29 12:42:46 +0200
commit439a5b70f2216616e9d55072be43658d5a7fe5d7 (patch)
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improved support for --enable-debugless
Now it's probably time to prove the effect in practice...
Diffstat (limited to 'tcps_sess.c')
-rw-r--r--tcps_sess.c10
1 files changed, 5 insertions, 5 deletions
diff --git a/tcps_sess.c b/tcps_sess.c
index eb3740e..e7149cb 100644
--- a/tcps_sess.c
+++ b/tcps_sess.c
@@ -323,7 +323,7 @@ PrepareClose(tcps_sess_t *pThis)
* of message may occur. As such, we process the message in
* this case.
*/
- dbgprintf("Extra data at end of stream in legacy syslog/tcp message - processing\n");
+ DBGPRINTF("Extra data at end of stream in legacy syslog/tcp message - processing\n");
datetime.getCurrTime(&stTime, &ttGenTime);
defaultDoSubmitMessage(pThis, &stTime, ttGenTime, NULL);
}
@@ -382,21 +382,21 @@ processDataRcvd(tcps_sess_t *pThis, char c, struct syslogTime *stTime, time_t tt
if(isdigit(c)) {
pThis->iOctetsRemain = pThis->iOctetsRemain * 10 + c - '0';
} else { /* done with the octet count, so this must be the SP terminator */
- dbgprintf("TCP Message with octet-counter, size %d.\n", pThis->iOctetsRemain);
+ DBGPRINTF("TCP Message with octet-counter, size %d.\n", pThis->iOctetsRemain);
if(c != ' ') {
errmsg.LogError(0, NO_ERRCODE, "Framing Error in received TCP message: "
"delimiter is not SP but has ASCII value %d.\n", c);
}
if(pThis->iOctetsRemain < 1) {
/* TODO: handle the case where the octet count is 0! */
- dbgprintf("Framing Error: invalid octet count\n");
+ DBGPRINTF("Framing Error: invalid octet count\n");
errmsg.LogError(0, NO_ERRCODE, "Framing Error in received TCP message: "
"invalid octet count %d.\n", pThis->iOctetsRemain);
} else if(pThis->iOctetsRemain > iMaxLine) {
/* while we can not do anything against it, we can at least log an indication
* that something went wrong) -- rgerhards, 2008-03-14
*/
- dbgprintf("truncating message with %d octets - max msg size is %d\n",
+ DBGPRINTF("truncating message with %d octets - max msg size is %d\n",
pThis->iOctetsRemain, iMaxLine);
errmsg.LogError(0, NO_ERRCODE, "received oversize message: size is %d bytes, "
"max msg size is %d, truncating...\n", pThis->iOctetsRemain, iMaxLine);
@@ -407,7 +407,7 @@ processDataRcvd(tcps_sess_t *pThis, char c, struct syslogTime *stTime, time_t tt
assert(pThis->inputState == eInMsg);
if(pThis->iMsg >= iMaxLine) {
/* emergency, we now need to flush, no matter if we are at end of message or not... */
- dbgprintf("error: message received is larger than max msg size, we split it\n");
+ DBGPRINTF("error: message received is larger than max msg size, we split it\n");
defaultDoSubmitMessage(pThis, stTime, ttGenTime, pMultiSub);
/* we might think if it is better to ignore the rest of the
* message than to treat it as a new one. Maybe this is a good