n00b rsyslog.conf question - how to separate local syslog from network appliance syslog?
this is how I do it.
$template FileFormat,"%TIMESTAMP:::date-rfc3339% %HOSTNAME%
Dropping not localhost. All event not from localhost are _dropped_
because of the following rule. This
is the end of the config file, dealing only with local logs:
:fromhost-ip, !isequal, "127.0.0.1" ~
# Log anything (except mail) of level info or higher.
# Don't log private authentication messages!
...and so on (standart rsyslog.conf). Mind the line breaks, if lines are
wrapped in email.
On 2012.07.23 06:13, Rogelio wrote:
> I have several network appliances, and I want aggregate their syslog
> output for later analysis. Eventually I might think about a Splunk
> box, but for the interim I'm hoping to just build a CentOS 6 syslog
> server and have it aggregate everything on it for quick review.
> I installed rsyslog and am looking through the /etc/rsyslog.conf
> file for what I configure to (a) listen for syslog input from other
> devices (UDP port 514 is fine), (b) make a log, and (c) log rotate
> (a) I see in there (if I comment it out)
> # Provides UDP syslog reception $ModLoad imudp $UDPServerRun 514
> (Obviously add an iptables rule to let this traffic in)
> (b) I see options in there, but am not sure how to separate the
> local logs from the remote logs. Is it something like the
> *.*;local6.none; auth,authpriv.none -/var/log/syslog
> (c) I understand I can do if I edit
> /etc/logrotate.d/MyNetworkAppliance.log. This isn't as big of a
> concern right now. Just trying to figure out how to log things
> separately. :/
> Any suggestions on what I should do to make this work?
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