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MariaDB [pdns]> \q Bye [root@dns2 ~]# exit logger: invalid option -- 'D' Usage: logger [options] [message] Options: -T, --tcp use TCP only -d, --udp use UDP only -i, --id log the process ID too -f, --file <file> log the contents of this file -h, --help display this help text and exit -S, --size <num> maximum size for a single message (default 1024) -n, --server <name> write to this remote syslog server -P, --port <port> use this port for UDP or TCP connection -p, --priority <prio> mark given message with this priority -s, --stderr output message to standard error as well -t, --tag <tag> mark every line with this tag -u, --socket <socket> write to this Unix socket -V, --version output version information and exit
In this instance, I was attempting to return to my standard user's login (the one that got me into the server to begin with) when the logger error occurred, but there are other situations when this weird invocation of the logger command happens. I'll be honest -- I can't really put a finger on it.
Ideas on what might be causing this? It's probably something really stupid that I did inadvertently some time ago -- I'm just not sure where else to look.