Questions tagged [timestamp]

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Adding timestamps to supervisord logs

Is it possible to let supervisord add timestamps to the outputs in stdout_logfile and stderr_logfile? I couldn't find it anything about that in the documentation.
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How do I make rsync also check ctime?

rsync detects files modification by comparing size and mtime. However, if for any reason, the mtime is unchanged, rsync won't detect the change, although it's possible to spot it by looking at the ...
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rsyslog: How do I split the events in a log file into separate files if it contains a keyword?

I'm receiving syslog data in a .log file. That file contains two types of events. An event that only contains the syslog datetime stamp and an event that contains the syslog datetime stamp and a "...
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No timestamp on standard error

Using fping and redirecting stout and stderr to the same file. fping -lDf IPlist >IPoutput 2>&1 The "host unreachable" error messages in the file have no timestamps. How do I get ...
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Linux clients can't connect, server and TCP Windows Size / Timestamps issue

We have a problem that a number of clients (all linux Ubuntu) are sometimes not able to connect to a remote server over SSH. If the problem occurs, Windows clients don't have that problem and can ...
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hping3 not returning tcp timestamp

A recent pentest revealed that the TCP timestamp option was enabled. I have tried to reproduce the pentesters' result using hping3 --tcp-timestamp -S -p 80 xx.xx.xx.xx but the tool never returns. ...
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MONIT: Monitoring logfile on counting and changes of timestamp

I want to monitor a logfile and I am only interested in the "Received new block" lines. I need two different scripts to monitor The height, which should always be one number higher then the height in ...
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Wrong date/time in dmesg

we have this strange issue. We use perl script for human-readable time-stamp in dmesg (taken from http://linuxaria.com/article/how-to-make-dmesg-timestamp-human-readable) and I also tried this one ( ...
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File creation date 10 minutes out

I'm creating a file back up system that uploads via FTP, however when I get the uploaded file name, it says it was generated let's say 4 minutes past 5, when I get the creation time of the file via ...
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Backup to Tape using tar: How to add file details (time, date, size) to a TAR log?

What is the best way to make my tar log more informative? Cat'ing the log shows what was backed up, but tells nothing about the files last update or size. Eg: tar cvf /dev/st0 foo* > backup.log ...
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Time jump in syslog-ng log files

I am running my proprietary application (the name of which I would prefer not to disclose) in Linux 2.6 kernel, running on PowerPC (P2020) in an embedded environment. I am using syslog-ng to collect ...
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Apache directory listing show seconds in “Last modified” (full time)

Is it possible in Apache Directory listing to show full time, including seconds in "Last modified" column? Can I change the format of this timestamp?
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Convert absolute time in log lines to relative intervals

Given a normal text-format line-oriented log file with timestamps in absolute form, is there any convenient tool that converts them to relative time-intervals? e.g. 2019-01-11 19:31:35 UTC LOG: ...
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Does Authenticator Timestamps in Kerberos Tickets from Active Directory have Microsecond Granularity?

We have a problem with false positives in Kerberos replay detection. It happens more often than we would expect. Our KDC is Active Directory. I have come to suspect that the timestamps in the ...
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server large jiffies during boot(Calibrating delay loop…)

The server behaves abnormal, I checked the dmesg log , found the jiffies is very large during boot, between Detected cpu and Calibrating delay loop.. reboot the server does not solve the problem. ...
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DNS Timestamps don't appear to be updating since enabling Secure Only Updates

We have a Windows Server 2008 R2 Active Directory Domain. There are 4 domain controllers each running DNS with a Active Directory-Integrated zone. There are 2 member servers running DHCP with Name ...
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Can azure data factories use timestamp as a watermark?

I am trying to create a lookup in an azure data factory pipeline that extracts a max(timestamp) from a sql server on premise database and pass it to a copy data activity, but I can't seem to get it to ...
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HTTP Proxy excessive connections in TIME_WAIT, high CPU

We are experiencing a high level of connections entering the TIME_WAIT state on our proxy server during a time window that produces bursty traffic - tens of thousands of connections every minute for ...
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Use of PTPd on RedHat/CentOS

I need to create a reliable and accurate synchronization between two CentOS 6 machines connected through a direct Ethernet connection. I've seen that on Linux several implementation of the IEEE 1588 ...
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Timestamp response behaviors in different tools

I was testing out icmp time stamp response on one of my servers using ping and hping3. Here is result of hping3 # hping3 --icmp-ts x.x.x.x HPING x.x.x.x: icmp mode set, 28 headers + 0 data bytes ...