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Re: [K12OSN] smbldap logs



The configurability (real word?) of Linux never ceases to amaze me.
Thanks Brian
Mark

Brian Chivers wrote:

Mark Gumprecht wrote:

Where is the log that smbldap uses for logging users time in and time log off and from what machine? I've tried who,w,finger, I've checked the regular log files, messages,secure. I looked through the config files for the logfile setting, I looked in the samba logs. I'm sure I missed it somewhere. It is a k12ltsp4.2.1EL machine.
TIA
Mark

I don't think it does by default. I've added this to my smb.conf so I have this info

[homes]
    comment = Home Directories
root preexec = csh -c 'echo "`date`: %u connected from %m (%I)" >> /var/log/samba/login.log' root postexec = csh -c 'echo "`date`: %u disconnected from %m (%I)" >> /var/log/samba/login.log'

I've setup logrotate so the file doesn't get too big. A friend has also written a little php file that reads the file so you can easily see who's logged in. Only problem is that we have so much traffic that it would never finish so I've just setup a cron job that copies the login.log file every 5 minutes and pointed the php file at that.

Brian Chivers
Portsmouth College

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