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Being new to all of this, have a question on what you folks feel are the best tools out there for monitoring/viewing/analyzing all of the logs, like syslogd and such. ...
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    Server Log Analysis Tools?


    Being new to all of this, have a question on what you folks feel are the best tools out there for monitoring/viewing/analyzing all of the logs, like syslogd and such. Ease of setup and use are also important to me It will be used on my web-server that I co-located....

    I'm using RH 7.3.

    I've come accross a couple already like Lire Log report, Log Master, Log Dog and such...

    Either GNU or commercial apps.....Pros/cons and links would be great!

    Thanks!!

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    Use Logwatch, it should be installed by default on Redhat 7.3, send the output to a local linux account or to an mailbox... it keeps track of the things you need to know..

    regards

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    Andutt

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    i use:

    Jason's Fingers and Eyes V1.0

    if you want a job done properly, do it your self....

    You can see a lot more by watching your logfiles, as opposed to having a prog doing it for you.

    Jason

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