Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Install and Configure NXLog CE on Ubuntu 20.04

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NXLog is a cross-platform log collection and centralization tool. It collects logs from various types of log sources, formats, and platforms and forwards them securely and reliably to a central log server. In this guide, we are going to learn how to install and configure NXLog CE on Ubuntu 20.04. NXLog Community Edition is feature-full. Read about these features on...

Install and Setup Adiscon LogAnalyzer on CentOS 8

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In this guide, we are going to learn how to install and Setup Adiscon LogAnalyzer on CentOS 8. Adiscon LogAnalyzer is a web interface to syslog/Rsyslog and other network event data. It provides easy browsing, analysis of real time network events and reporting services. Install and Setup Adiscon LogAnalyzer on CentOS 8 In this demo, we will be collecting logs using...

Configure NXLog to Forward System Logs to Rsyslog Server on Ubuntu 18.04

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In this guide, we are going to learn how to configure NXLog to forward system logs to Rsyslog server on Ubuntu 18.04. There are various NXLog log collection solutions. In this guide, we are going to configure the opensource version of NXLog. Configure NXLog to Forward System Logs to Rsyslog Server on Ubuntu 18.04 NXLog is not available on the default...

Configure Rsyslog on Solaris 11.4 to Send logs to Remote Log Server

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In this guide, we are going to learn how to configure rsyslog on Solaris 11.4 to send logs to remote log server. By default, Solaris 11.4 used the native syslog as the default log manager. You can verify this by running the command below; svcs system-log STATE STIME FMRI disabled...

Configure Syslog on Solaris 11.4 for Remote Logging

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This guide presents a simple way of how to configure Syslog on Solaris 11.4 send logs to remote syslog server. In our previous guide, we discussed how to configure remote logging with rsyslog on Ubuntu 18.04. Configure Syslog on Solaris 11.4 for Remote Logging Before you can proceed to configure syslog on Solaris 11.4, first check if it is enabled. svcs system-log STATE...