Prevent setroubleshoot from cluttering syslogs?

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http://www.linuxquestions.org – We have selinux running in permissive mode on a RHEL 5.3 server. Disabling it is not an option, nor is installing a different syslog solution such as syslog-ng. I have setroubleshoot messages that keep polluting /var/log/messages. I'd like to isolate these to their own log file, and thought I could do so with the 'filename =' directives in the file /etc/setroubleshoot/setroubleshoot.cfg for the sections '[sealert_log]' and/or [setroubleshootd_log] . However, even after a restart of the setroubleshoot service, messages continue to appear in /var/log/messages. What is the proper way (HowTos)