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Hi,

Is it possible that in the /var/adm/syslog/syslog.log the "Memory Information" lines will be missing?

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The Memory information is added to syslog.log on boot up, if you use cron to rotate your log file, the old log file is changed to a different name.
also check your syslog configuration file, please have a look at the following page to learn more details: (pay attention to the bottom part of the doc)

http://www.fourthelephant.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=480&sid=4ab960dfb09d0b0f7c2085c77d6bff70
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