Can I redirect logfiles to syslog?

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http://unix.stackexchange.com – I have a Node.js server that is being monitored by forever. Forever generates three logfiles: the server STDOUT, STDERR and the log of forever itself. $ forever -l forever.log -o out.log -e err.log app.js But instead of logging to logfiles I would like to log everything to syslog, optionally with adding a prefix of some sorts so my syslog processing servers can sort everything out. On StackOverflow, someone suggested that this can be handled using some bash wrapper and suggested I ask here. So, how would I get those logs into syslog instead of into files? (HowTos)