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Re: Log files monitoring

From: SorinS
Subject: Re: Log files monitoring
Date: Tue, 3 May 2005 07:57:41 +0100

Hi David,
Thanks for your response. Logwatch is what I actually use. I was also looking 
at logfmon which has similarities to monit (written in C with a bison rule 
But wouldn't be nice to have all one needs in monit instead of having to 
install other bits and pieces? That can keep the production system software 
base to a minimum required (mine is a J2EE based one so perl is an unwanted 

On Mon, 2 May 2005 23:02:47 +0100
David Fletcher <address@hidden> wrote:

> Hi Sorin,
> You might like to try Logwatch, which is a Perl script that you run from Cron.
> It won't take action in the way Monit can, but it will email you when
> something bad is appearing in the logs.
> See
> David.
> > Subject: Log files monitoring
> > To: address@hidden
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> > Hi,
> > I was wondering whether there is any plan of implementing alerting for
> > certain events in log files. Something like: 
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