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Aug
14
revised Use local tools to monitor remote logs
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Aug
14
accepted Use local tools to monitor remote logs
Aug
14
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
14
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
13
accepted Max total files in a directory in FreeBSD 6 ufs?
Aug
13
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
13
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? :)
Aug
13
asked Use local tools to monitor remote logs
Aug
13
asked Colorize Monitoring of Logs
Aug
13
comment Max total files in a directory in FreeBSD 6 ufs?
Added ufs to question.
Aug
13
revised Max total files in a directory in FreeBSD 6 ufs?
specified filesystem
Aug
12
comment Max total files in a directory in FreeBSD 6 ufs?
Is there a way to tell specifically?
Aug
12
awarded  Commentator
Aug
12
comment Max total files in a directory in FreeBSD 6 ufs?
How can I tell which filesystem is in use?
Aug
12
asked Max total files in a directory in FreeBSD 6 ufs?
Aug
10
comment Ubuntu Login Screen Resolution is Off
I am able to login. I assume I can edit these config files without needing to log in to the GRUB console?
Aug
9
comment Ubuntu Login Screen Resolution is Off
1. Yes - 2. It did this soon after installation, after a reboot. - 3. Graphics were fine during installation. And the login screen was fine for a few boot cycles. Then it just happened.
Aug
9
comment Ubuntu Login Screen Resolution is Off
Pressing the "plus" key combo resized the window to match the 'truncated' resolution. Further pressing of either the plus or minus had no effect. After login, pressing each combo did nothing.
Aug
7
asked Ubuntu Login Screen Resolution is Off
Jul
25
comment VMWare Virtual Machine mysql / apache services not working the same after a VM copy
connection refused when attempting to telnet to 3306. listing all open ports does not show 3306 as open.