In this article, I’ll show you how to clear outdated logs from Loganalyzer.Continue reading “Clearing Loganalyzer History”
Tag Archives: logs
Configuring logrotate to rotate logs
Logrotate is used to control the logging system, compress log files, delete old ones, etc.
The configuration is located at /etc/logrotate.d/ and /etc/logrotate.conf.
How to view logs on JunOS
In this article, I will give examples of viewing logs on the Juniper MX204.Continue reading “How to view logs on JunOS”
Solution Range ‘between -7 days and -1 days’ not understood
Once I set up logwatch, and I needed to set up sending logs not daily, but once a week.Continue reading “Solution Range ‘between -7 days and -1 days’ not understood”
Quagga. Setting up logging
I will give an example of setting up Quagga logging.Continue reading “Quagga. Setting up logging”
Highlighting logs through Ccze
Install ccze on Ubuntu / Debian:Continue reading “Highlighting logs through Ccze”
View and configure logs on the Huawei SmartAX MA5600
In this article I will give an example of viewing and configuring logs on the Huawei SmartAX MA5683T.Continue reading “View and configure logs on the Huawei SmartAX MA5600”
Installing and configuring Logwatch
In this article I will give an example of installing Logwatch.
Installation command in Ubuntu/Debian:
Installing Graylog on Ubuntu
Graylog – open source software with a web interface for collecting and viewing logs, at the time of this writing, free of charge up to the limit of data collected is 5 GB per day.Continue reading “Installing Graylog on Ubuntu”
Location of log files cPanel
Below is a list of paths for cPanel log files.Continue reading “Location of log files cPanel”