A log file is a file, often in clear text, which is generated by a software process to record some specific details about the workings of this process.

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Node.js program failing to read .log text file with Buffer error

I am attempting to view a log with a program called 'logger'. When I run node logger I get the following error: <Buffer 66 72 75 69 74 69 73 68 79 0a> The 'logger' program file looks as ...
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Analyzing squid3 access.log log files with a all-in-one shell script

I'm just going to write a shell script that me the essential functions such as SARG offers. Sort by URLs with most hits (Top100 in 10min out of 10k) Sum of status / error codes As well as sorting by ...
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Sudden failure of networking interface on CentOS 7

We're running a LAMP stack VPS on CentOS 7 hosting a few websites, MariaDB databases, and associated services. In the middle of the night our server mysteriously went completely offline. When we ...
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How can one get a UDE report from Microsoft Fixit Center Pro?

As per this video anybody is supposed to be able to upload their server's logs to the Microsoft Fixit center Pro and get an Automated diagnostic report called UDE. http://channel9.msdn.com/Shows/...
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Set CMTrace Font

Might be a bit of a long shot but I was wondering if anyone knew of, or could speculate on, a way to change the default font of CMTrace. It seems to use some Sans-Serif font. I'd like to change it to ...
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What does 'http: getaddrinfo*.gaih_getanswer: got type “46”' mean

Today I got an e-mail from logcheck informing me that the following system event occurred. http: getaddrinfo*.gaih_getanswer: got type "46" Indeed, the above message occurs 4 times in /var/log/auth....
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EDB log files accumulating on Windows 2003 DC

We have a domain controller that has over 4,000 edb*.log files since 11/29/10. Our other DCs have one file. The kb247715 article discusses how the edb logs work. Clearly something isn't right on the ...
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Gathering backups logs for Windows Server Backup

I have a few servers running Windows Server Standard SP2, all of which are running windows server backup. It runs daily, and I would like to receive a notification that the backups have completed ...
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Is it possible to control the size lastlog pre allocates?

This question is in relation to the lastlog file size explained in this article http://www.noah.org/wiki/Lastlog_is_gigantic I understand it is being created as a sparse file hence the size. Here's ...
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Proper way to set limit in mongodb on log files

It more beginner question. I trying to set limit on mongo log file in AWS linux instance. I found some question that was asked here. And tryed to do that as was suggest from someone for mongo 3.0. ...
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ERROR string limit (1048576 bytes) reached

I got some issue while working with my night batch log. How push MULTIline log as one event? I got stuck with one logfile that is over 26000 lines… NxLog get stuck at some point - I don't really ...
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NGINX - rewrite_log does not work log rewrites anywhere

I was attempting to learn rewrites, by making something like this: ^/blog/install/(.*)$ --> /blog/install/index.php?_p=$1 However these rewrites simply kept failing, and it was difficult to ...
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rsyslog filter on authpriv facility in rsyslog.conf

This has been addressed in other post(s), but I still can't get this to work properly. I am trying to OMIT (discard) certain entries from being written to my " /var/log/secure ". Namely, any line ...
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Easily create a logcheck rule from a log message?

I’d like to more easily create logcheck rules from log messages. Ideally I’d like to have something set up such that I just take a logcheck message I receive, and pipe it to some tool, and it spits ...
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When is a pid needed in log rotation?

I've read that providing pid in the newsyslog.conf is to ensure that the process writes in the new log file. However, I've tried log rotation without providing a pid because I couldn't find one for ...
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logger not logging to remote rsyslogd instance

I am running CentOS 7.0.1406 with rsyslogd 7.4.7 and logger from util-linux 2.23.2. I have two machines connected via a switch. When I try to use logger to log from one machine to the other, nothing ...
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Protocol not available errors in squid3

I set up a transparent cache proxy on my Raspberry Pi with Squid3. Everything seems to be working fine and Squid is caching everything it's supposed to and working perfectly. The cache.log is filled ...
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nginx logging: Is there a way to log request time in milliseconds since Unix epoch?

I'm aware of the $msec logging parameter which gives the request time as seconds since Unix epoch with millisecond granularity. However, the format of this includes a period '.' e.g. '1407233265.472' ...
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RFC 5424 Syslog Viewer

I've been looking for a log viewer that understands syslog messages, specifically in RFC 5424 format (including structured data elements), and ideally allows live monitoring (tail like) and filtering/...
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Directories converted to files

Our development team went to start HTTPD and got this: Starting httpd: (20)Not a directory: httpd: could not open error log file /etc/httpd/logs/error_log. Unable to open logs ...
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mysql server initialization error if I add 'log = “testfile_log.log” '

Guys I'm just trying to set my general log file set up like here http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5441972/how-to-see-log-files-in-mysql. so I added log = "testfile_log.log" as below to my.ini # ...
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Is it possible to have multiple log files for one rsnapshot?

the company im working for use rsnapshot for its backup. I know where to put the log path in the conf file, but i was wondering if it was possible to have something like : /var/log/rsnapshot --> ...
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Zabbix 2.0 log monitoring - deactivating trigger

I am using Zabbix for monitoring log files. I've got trigger, which is activated when errors are written to the log: {Test:log["/opt/test/log.out","^ERROR.*$","UTF-8",100].diff(0)}>0 So, now I ...
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Trying to Setup Log Monitoring with Sentry

I am trying to setup a log monitoring application for monitoring Jboss Application logs. We have more than 50 Jboss Application servers in all our environments. My Requirement is below. The log ...
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Unable to log into samba server

I am unable to log into a samba server (running on fedora core 6) as it prompts for a username and password when I try to connect to the mapped drives from my windows 7 machine. I decided to reset ...
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My Linux server crashes twice; Apache and system logs have portions of other text files

I have a web server that has been running pretty smoothly for years. Twice recently it has gone down for no apparent reason - the monit logs don't show any particularly high anything going on. CPU ...
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Excel techniques for perfmon csv log file analysis

I have perfmon running against several servers, where I'm outputting to a .csv file data like CPU %time, memory bytes free, hard disk I/O metrics like s/write and writes/s. The ones graphing the SQL ...
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Should I be concerned at Microsoft Security Essentials network sweep with full scan enabled?

I'm trying out Microsoft Security Essentials on a test computer. I set it to run a full scan last night at 2am, and this morning I noticed a lot of 403s in my Apache error.log coming from that ...
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How to have separate mongodb log files

We are using mongodb version 3 in a AWS environment with Linux AMIs. I suspect this is not possible from reading the mongodb documentation. I would like to log all slow queries to its own log file. ...
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Nginx Log Parsing to get multiple values from it

Can anyone tell me how to parse the logs and get some desired output from it, i have bunch of logs from which i need to get user_id, time taken and network_type and store it in another file. here is ...
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server certificate does NOT include an ID …, but CN is same as ServerName in config

Setting up a local test server. Getting a log error on httpd -k restart. Message in log: sl:warn] [pid 11684:tid 348] AH01909: localhost:443:0 server certificate does NOT include an ID which matches ...
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How to view Parse Server logs in Parse Dashboard?

I'm using parse-server 2.2.14, with parse-dashboard 1.0.14. According to this merged pull request, logs can be viewed from the dashboard. But my dashboard just show "No logs in the last 30 days" ...
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Where are the Google Health check logs

I am running a GCE instance and on it I have a Kubernetes cluster running. An HTTP Load Balancer is also configured to probe the health of the a Kubernetes service running on this instance. But I ...
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Syslog filter to own file by tag or text contain

I need to log from my Python application to syslog. In syslog I want filter messages from my app to own file. I'm using Debian 8.3. My rsyslog rules: # cat /etc/rsyslog.d/99-MyLog.conf :syslogtag, ...
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Trim and filter functions in NFLOG

I have a tricky task to fulfill: I need to reduce the memory-size of my log on the disk space. Due to customer demand, I have work in a Linux environment with NFLOG. Another security restriction I ...
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What does %t in Apache Log Format mean?

I have sever installations of the Apache web server where the Log Format is configured something containing the parameter %t. This documentation clearly states that it is the time the request was ...
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Optimizing log file size on Ubuntu VM

This is a fact-finding question. I'm implementing fail2ban to keep some unscrupulous elements out of my Django website's experience. Note that my webserver is nginx (reverse proxy) with gunicorn as ...
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Custom log apache 2.4

I have created a custom log into the file /etc/apache2/apache2.conf like this: LogFormat "%D" simple CustomLog /var/log/apache2/test.log simple Apache 2.4 creates the file in the correct folder ...
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Logrotate does not work daily, but the status file says it does

This is my logrotate script: /var/log/pyApi.log /var/log/runGet*.log { daily missingok rotate 7 compress notifempty nocreate su } Already checked /var/lib/logrotate/...
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Log file bloat due to nouveau

Both my kern.log and syslog files have grown to >50Gb and contain a few hundred million lines of: Feb 23 23:32:43 Yawning-Angel kernel: [396111.179453] nouveau E[ PFIFO][0000:05:00.0] PBDMA0: ch 2 [...
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Huge citadel log files

I noticed today that my mysql server was not starting up anymore. Checking the error logs, it showed that it didn't have enough disk space. I thought that's really weird since there's nothing on my ...
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Apache2: How to log the entire status line (including reason phrase)?

Apache logs the status code of the response if %s is in the log format, but I also need to log the reason phrase (the text to the right of the status code). How can I get Apache2 to log the entire ...
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How to show email addresses in Outlook 2013 SMTP logs?

I need to troubleshoot some client-side issues while sending SMTP messages using Outlook 2013; I've turned on diagnostic logging, however the sender and recipient addresses are hidden in the logs: ...
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Web Server Log analyzer from a security perspective

Web Server Log analyzers are really meant to just show trends, statistics and are more geared towards an SEO/Marketing standpoint. How can I do the following in regards to HTTP(s) traffic from a ...
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Apache error logs: Client sent RST_STREAM with INVALID_STREAM for stream

Looking through my Apache error logs, they seem to consist of megabytes worth of the following message, over and over again: [Day Mon xx xx:xx:xx 20xx] [warn] [client x.x.x.x] [mod_spdy/0.9.4.3-420] [...
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Odd entries in Debian Linux /var/log/auth.log

I have found some odd entries all of the sudden in my /var/log/auth.log files. They are showing up every 10-20 seconds or so. There isn't anything in cron that would do this, and I am at a loss of ...
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maillog files not in chronological date order

I am running centos 7 LAMP server with webmin and recently disabled mailman from the bootup and shutdown module of webmin and then rebooted the system. I am positive my log files(such as maillog, cron,...
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Which `Log group` do I select when in AWS `CloudWatch Management Console`?

I am trying to view my logs from aws command line interface, but I am unable to discover what is a log group. I followed the documentation for CloudWatch. However, nowhere in those instructions ...
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Solaris run rsync after logadm

I'm trying to get this logadm configuration running. '/dir1/*/*/alert*.log' -C 8 -c -s 10m -t '$file_%Y-%m-%d' -z 0 -a '/usr/bin/rsync -qp /dir1/*/*/alert*.gz root@192.168.0.10::alert_logs/$(...
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Baidu trying to access .ftpquota in Nginx access.log

When I look at the Nginx access.log there are always several attempts from Baidu to access the file .ftpquota. When I do a ls -a I can see that the file even doesn't exist. I don't use FTP. Here are ...