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Logging into LogZilla

Hi!

I’ve been doing some meddling over the last days and now have two Axigen Mail Servers logging everything directly into LogZilla with syslog-ng.

This makes “keeping an eye on things” way easier than “tail -f everything.txt” on several ssh consoles.

If anyone is interested, I’d be happy to provide a rough “how-to”

Cheers
JK

I`m interested. please describe

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In the past I have been asking about how to monitor the Axigen logs.
This sounds interesting. Please tell us more.

Cheers!

-Ton,

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Hiya,
give me a few days to get this drawn up for you.
Customer had me occupied for the week-
JK

Hello Jeroan,

Is there any progress on “how-to”?

Hello Jerouen,

Any news regarding the how-to?

Thanks
UH

Hi Udo,

at the moment Axigen and I are working on putting together a How-To on integrating Axigen into Graylog.
It will be published soon!

I had to abandon LogZilla as I logged too much for the free LogZilla version, hence the move to Graylog - hich allows you to log up to 5 GB / day.

So, stay tuned!

Jeroen

PS
Should you need immediate support in this matter, please contact me via the details on my website.
www.keerl-it.com. But please be aware, that I will not be able to support this for free - It’s how I make my living, after all.

Hi Jerouen,

No hurry, it is a home server. But I do like to have the possibility to check logs in a consistent way.

I’ll check out Graylog.

Please be aware that your site www.keerl-it.com point to a dead online shop.

BR

UH

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Hi Udo,
thanks for informing me about the website!
Somehow Apache got things mixed up and routed everything to a (former) customer’s page!

Fixed now :slight_smile:

Hiya!

It has been a while, but now the tutorial / write up is online!
Thanks to @bogdanmoldovan and crew!

https://www.axigen.com/articles/email-security-axigen-graylog_81.html

Cheers
JK