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asked gltail “Missing gem net-ssh”
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comment Strange traffic causing strange 302 redirect
the browsers are all the usual suspects
Aug
20
asked Strange traffic causing strange 302 redirect
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accepted Can't connect to port 80 in Ubuntu Desktop or Server 9.04 in VMWare Workstation 6.52
Aug
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answered Can't connect to port 80 in Ubuntu Desktop or Server 9.04 in VMWare Workstation 6.52
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revised Use local tools to monitor remote logs
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revised Use local tools to monitor remote logs
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accepted Use local tools to monitor remote logs
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comment Use local tools to monitor remote logs
Aha, got it.. Here's the full command to get it working after setting up the key-based login: multitail -l "ssh -l USER HOST tail -f ./www_logs/access_log" -l "ssh -l USER2 HOST2 tail -f ./www_logs/access_log"
Aug
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comment Use local tools to monitor remote logs
i got the key-based login working, but the ssh remotehost tail -f /logfile command doesn't seem to work. is there a special syntax required by ssh to pass it a command to execute after log in?
Aug
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accepted Max total files in a directory in FreeBSD 6 ufs?
Aug
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comment Use local tools to monitor remote logs
multitail exits because ssh requests my login password. is there a way to pass the password through? or do i need to set up those ssh certs that allow password-less login?
Aug
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comment Use local tools to monitor remote logs
I'm a noob. Can you give me a little more detail about how I would do this? :)
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asked Use local tools to monitor remote logs
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asked Colorize Monitoring of Logs
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comment Max total files in a directory in FreeBSD 6 ufs?
Added ufs to question.
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revised Max total files in a directory in FreeBSD 6 ufs?
specified filesystem
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comment Max total files in a directory in FreeBSD 6 ufs?
Is there a way to tell specifically?