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Are also open for suggestions for replacements regarding logcheck with something else that really works. I imagine every log entry is created at least four times with default debian [ks]yslog. [ Parent | Reply to this comment ] # Re: Logging the right way Posted by Click hereThis article has 2 commentsShow me similar articles Every decent system generates logs. it doesn't support rolling logs to filenames incorporating a timestamp. << Correction: as of Debian Etch the patch to implement filenames with timestamps is incorporated. check over here

Date: Sun, 08 Oct 2006 20:14:18 +0200 > The only times I see this message is if my /tmp directory is filled > or read-only. declare -x HOME="/var/lib/logcheck" declare -x LANG="en_GB" declare -x LANGUAGE="sv_SE:sv:en_GB:en" declare -x LOGNAME="logcheck" declare -x MAILTO="root" declare -x OLDPWD declare -x PATH="/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/sbin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin" declare -x PWD="/var/lib/logcheck" declare -x SHELL="/bin/sh" declare -x SHLVL="2" And Find More Posts by Matir 09-12-2005, 04:26 PM #15 cyberpunx LQ Newbie Registered: Jun 2005 Location: Sweden Distribution: debian Posts: 10 Original Poster Rep: well maybe...just so i get For the System Event, I added this entry to /usr/local/etc/logcheck/ignore.d.server/local-postgres bacula-fd: Shutting down Bacula service: localhost-fd Notice that my System Event exceptions are specified in the ignore.d.server directory. https://bugs.debian.org/382858

In addition, with the migration to systemd journal, how useful is logcheck? This is far from ideal. You can only change to a group you are in. Full text and rfc822 format available.

Article Feeds in Atom, RSS, & RDF formats Please click here if you are not redirected within a few seconds. 夢想家 活一身, 學無限~ 夢不息, 心不倦~ Server 坐右銘 電影 手冊 指令 日誌 Last modified: Sat Dec 24 10:46:44 2016; Machine Name: beach Debian Bug tracking system Copyright (C) 1999 Darren O. declare -x HOME="/var/db/logcheck" declare -x LOGNAME="logcheck" declare -x MAILTO="root" declare -x OLDPWD declare -x PATH="/sbin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin" declare -x PWD="/var/db/logcheck" declare -x SHELL="/bin/sh" declare -x SHLVL="1" declare -x USER="logcheck" The email contains the Affecting: logcheck (Debian) Filed here by: Logan Rosen When: 2012-06-08 Confirmed: 2012-07-01 Started work: 2012-07-01 Completed: 2012-07-01 Target Distribution Baltix BOSS Juju Charms Collection Debian Elbuntu Guadalinex Guadalinex Edu Kiwi Linux

So I don't want logcheck bother me every hour with loads of these lines. First lets define what files we want to watch. martin f. Replacing syslogd and setting up log files in a logical fashion.

Find More Posts by Matir 09-12-2005, 08:47 AM #11 cyberpunx LQ Newbie Registered: Jun 2005 Location: Sweden Distribution: debian Posts: 10 Original Poster Rep: Ok, i understand but i The time now is 05:46 AM. Full text and rfc822 format available. Logcheck is running with its default settings: as user logcheck and with the goups logcheck and adm.

Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/256899 Edit bug mail Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else • Take the tour • Read the guide © 2004-2016 CanonicalLtd. • Terms of use • Contact Launchpad Support • Blog So, lets go and edit /etc/logrotate.d/syslog-ng. Message #18 received at [email protected] (full text, mbox, reply): From: martin f krafft To: Jochem Cc: [email protected] Subject: Re: Bug#382858: more info needed, is /tmp full?

But priority at which a particular message is logged, determined by the creator(s) of the program in question and their opinion of seriousness of the situation is not always the same http://strobelfilms.com/error-could/error-could-not-sqlprepare.html The current Debian logger is rsyslog. Date: Sun, 15 Oct 2006 21:02:39 +0200 > also sprach Jochem [2006.10.08.2014 +0200]: >> It appeared to be an incorrect permissions setting for >> /var/log/syslog, syslog was only readable for The file controlling its frequency is located in /etc/cron.d/logcheck.

Install a base gnome version of Fedora 20 2. warning mail; thanks to Elmar Hoffmann (closes: #393938). * ignore.d.server/proftpd: ignore messages about login access limited. Trying to run logcheck manually results in: ... http://strobelfilms.com/error-could/error-could-not-write-to-the-standard-output.html Chmod them to 640, and then setfacl logcheck:r-- :) I do not know, if that is supported by logrotate.

sudo -u logcheck logcheck -o -t SENDMAILTO="logcheck" # 0=not as attachment; 1=as attachment MAILASATTACH=0 Error: Error: Could not run logtail or save output. Just what I was looking for: A simple and fairly elegant solution! Permissions logcheck runs as the logcheck user: # grep logcheck /etc/passwd logcheck:*:915:915:Logcheck system account:/var/db/logcheck:/usr/local/bin/bash This user is created by the install process.

Toggle useless messagesView this report as an mbox folder, status mbox, maintainer mbox Report forwarded to [email protected], Debian logcheck Team : Bug#382858; Package logcheck.

logcheck itself does not care. Also, once in a while (generally when there is a problem) you might want to look at complete logs, and then it is very useful to have them sorted in a I looked at the set of kernel patterns, and came up with the following: ^\w{3} [ :0-9]{11} [._[:alnum:]-]+ kernel: Shorewall:net2all:DROP:IN=eth0 This was sufficient and so far I am a happy system Having a problem logging in?

Do you have any fancy setup for user/groups on this system? The ideal solution should be backwards compatible with the logrotate configuration files, which are supplied by many packages. 4. So if someone a) knows if its a fault by the users or as i think a bug and b)above all knows how to fix it then please let me know. have a peek at these guys Removing it from logcheck.logfiles has solved the problem. [ Parent | Reply to this comment ] # Re: Logging the right way Posted by Anonymous (68.173.xx.xx) on Fri 2 Dec 2005

Forgot to login :) [ Parent | Reply to this comment ] # Re: Logging the right way Posted by chris (80.203.xx.xx) on Mon 24 Oct 2005 at 18:39 [ View e. ' -t' rather than '-t'), turning this option into a filename, causing errors like this to appear in the root user's mailbox: > Warning: If you are seeing this message, One of them is the report level. So use the setting I give for the mail log that doesn't use rotatelogs.

It will check for messages it is supposed to include and make sure those are not removed. krafft : :' : proud Debian developer, author, administrator, and user `. `'` http://people.debian.org/~madduck - http://debiansystem.info `- Debian - when you have better things to do than fixing systems [signature.asc The mail says: Check temporary directory: /tmp/logcheck.Fu54WY did you? -- .''`. Message #30 received at [email protected] (full text, mbox, reply): From: [email protected] (martin f.

I see, that the situation is not as good as it could or should be, but sadly, there's nothing I could do about this. Post your question in this forum. Instead it uses its own shell script. (I remedied this by relocating all the syslog managed log files to /var/log/syslog/ and replacing the shell script (/etc/cron.{daily,weekly}/sysklogd) with a wild card logrotate Edit bug mail Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else Bug attachments Dependencies.txt (edit) Add attachment Remote bug watches debbugs #647622 [done normal patch] Edit Bug watches keep track of this bug

Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. Yes, there is a solution. Matir View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries View LQ Wiki Contributions Visit Matir's homepage! Details: E: File could not be read: /var/log/auth.log E: File could not be read: /var/log/critical.log E: File could not be read: /var/log/cron.log E: File could not be read: /var/log/daemon.log E: File

either A: open a terminal and run the command logcheck and the error will appear or B: Configure logcheck to send mail to a mail account and run logcheck. This is rather important, since logcheck doesn't run as root (it creates its own logcheck user) and with default permissions of 640 it is unable to access the log files. This is the setting for syslog: # ls -l syslog -rw------- 1 root adm 7891 2006-10-15 21:00 syslog And this is the message I then receive: Warning: If you are seeing Any ideas on how to get the logging to /var/log/mail.log? -- th0re [ Parent | Reply to this comment ] # Re: Logging the right way Posted by jeld (24.39.xx.xx) on

Dmitriy Kropivnitskiy Happy System Administrator Add Comment <<< Setting Up Awstats for Apache Question: WebDAV with Apache2 - including Windows XP? >>> # Re: Logging the right way Also, more and more applications do their logging outside of syslog by default.) 3.