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Additional Resources
For more information on how to configure the `rsyslog` daemon and how to locate, view, and monitor log files, see the resources listed below.
Installed Documentation
`rsyslogd`(8) — The manual page for the `rsyslogd` daemon documents its usage.
`rsyslog.conf`(5) — The manual page named `rsyslog.conf` documents available configuration options.
`logrotate`(8) — The manual page for the [application]*logrotate* utility explains in greater detail how to configure and use it.
`journalctl`(1) — The manual page for the [command]#journalctl# daemon documents its usage.
`journald.conf`(5) — This manual page documents available configuration options.
`systemd.journal-fields`(7) — This manual page lists special [application]*Journal* fields.
Online Documentation
link:++https://www.rsyslog.com/++[rsyslog Home Page] — The [application]*rsyslog* home page offers a thorough technical breakdown of its features, documentation, configuration examples, and video tutorials.
link:++https://www.rsyslog.com/doc/rainerscript.html++[pass:attributes[{blank}]*RainerScript* documentation on the rsyslog Home Page] — Commented summary of data types, expressions, and functions available in *RainerScript*.
link:++https://www.rsyslog.com/doc/queues.html++[Description of *queues* on the rsyslog Home Page] — General information on various types of message queues and their usage.