Syslog


Syslog is a standard for computer data logging. It separates the software that generates messages from the system that stores them and the software that reports and analyzes them.

Syslog can be used for computer system management and security auditing as well as generalized informational, analysis, and debugging messages. It is supported by a wide variety of devices (like printers and routers) and receivers across multiple platforms. Because of this, syslog can be used to integrate log data from many different types of systems into a central repository.

By wikipedia

Creating a Centralized Syslog Server

A centralized syslog server was one of the first true SysAdmin tasks that I was given as a Linux Administrator way back in 1997. My boss at the time wanted to pull in log files from various appliances and have me use regexp to search them for certain key words. At the time Linux was still in its infancy, and I had just been dabbling with it in my free time. So, I jumped at the chance to introduce Linux to the company that I had worked for. Did it work? You bet it did! What this post is going to cover is not only how to setup a centralized syslog-ng server, but why you would go about setting one up in the first place…. … …
By Jayson Broughton on Linux Journal

Syslog > Linux main page

Syslog watcher for windows

All about Syslog here
And of course; SYSLOG commands

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