On our server we have (or you should have) tons of logs generated, logs from various daemons (ssh, iptables, monit, fail2ban), services (apache. nginx, bind, ftp, etc.) and system logs (syslog, messages, kernel). So i’m sure that every day you check these logs and look if something bad has happened, right ? Well, perhaps i’m […]
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If you have a server, you probably would like to continually be updated on what the system logs records; a very useful tool that I discover is Logcheck: it works very well, and I’m very greatful with the developers.
I use it to have various email about the logs between a range of time like [3 hours].