ISC DHCP log executable statement
According to ISC DHCP dhcp-eval(5):
log (priority, data-expr) Logging statements may be used to send information to the standard logging channels. A logging statement includes an optional priority (fatal, error, info, or debug), and a data expression. Logging statements take only a single data expression argument, so if you want to output multiple data values, you will need to use the concat operator to concatenate them.
It is an interesting feature which was discussed before (cf #4124). To implement it in the ISC DHCP style we need 3 parameters:
- a boolean expression
- a priority
- a string expression to log
It does not seem so hard to do...
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