[CentOS] central logging/analysis

Shibu C Varughese shibucv at itmission.org
Thu Nov 15 06:52:37 UTC 2007


On 11/15/07, Johnny Tan <linuxweb at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> I'm interested in doing centralized logging & analysis of logs from my
> CentOS boxes.
>
> I messed around with syslog-ng and it seems like it's a better syslog.
> But I noticed most of the "usual suspects" of third-party repo
> maintainers (Dag, Axel, etc.) don't include it. Karanbir has an el4
> version, but all my boxes are CentOS 5.
>
> I was going to go ahead and roll my own RPM (or, rather, rebuild
> Karanbir's el4 version), but it occurred to me to check what others were
> using in this space. Just sticking with plain old syslogd? Paying for
> splunk? Is there something else I haven't heard about?
>
> johnn



hi ..johnn  you can search for an RPM here
ftp://ftp.silfreed.net/repo/rhel/5/i386/silfreednet/RPMS/
it's for RHEL 5 but should work on centos5 too..  Or just do a search at
rpm.pbone.net


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