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Re: Managing logs




You can have one machine with syslog accepting remote loging -- edit /etc/sysconfg/syslog
with SYSLOGD_OPTIONS="-r -m 0"

restart syslog

on other machines add

*.*		@loghost

and restart syslog

these boxes will now send there logs to loghost. you can also then install swatch on loghost

John


On Mon, 8 Jan 2007, Jim Canfield wrote:

General Question:

I have a combination of RHEL 4 and Centos servers. Currently I'm getting e-mail from logwatch each morning on each machine. I'm sure there is a better way of managing and viewing system logs. Can anyone suggest a centralized method of gathering/formating system log information? I have looked at systems like nagios but they seem like a lot of work to get up and running.

Thanks.

Jim

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