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In /var/log/messages I see these lines in some servers. I'd like to know what causes these errors and how to fix them.
error: PAM: Authentication failure for root from XXXXXXXX
Did not receive identification string from XXXXXXX
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I've heard that syslog in Solaris10 doesn't repeat duplicate messages and displays "last message repeated n times."
Is there a way to increase the time interval, so that more messages are recognized as duplicates?
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Is there any setting in the syslog.conf that I can define a string to disable certain type of message that is generated in the message file
for example I want to stop these type of messages getting generated.
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Any idea on the messages log. it would be a great help to us. Upon checking the on the system logs, I found the following messages:
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warn.conf(4) File Formats warn.conf(4)
warn.conf - Kerberos warning configuration file
The warn.conf file contains configuration information specifying how users will be warned by the ktkt_warnd daemon about ticket expiration
on a Kerberos client. Credential expiration warnings are sent, by means of syslog, to auth.notice. All other warning messages are sent to
Each Kerberos client host must have a warn.conf file in order for users on that host to get Kerberos warnings from the client. Entries in
the warn.conf file must have the following format:
principal syslog | terminal | mail time [email_address]
principal Specifies the principal name to be warned. The asterisk (*) wildcard can be used to specify groups of principals.
syslog Sends the warnings to the system's syslog. Depending on the /etc/syslog.conf file, syslog entries are written to the
/var/adm/messages file and/or displayed on the terminal.
terminal Sends the warnings to display on the terminal.
mail Sends the warnings as email to the address specified by email_address.
time Specifies how much time before the TGT expires when a warning should be sent. The default time value is seconds, but you
can specify h (hours) and m (minutes) after the number to specify other time values.
email_address Specifies the email address at which to send the warnings. This field must be specified only with the mail field.
Example 1: Specifying warnings
The following warn.conf entry
* syslog 5m
specifies that warnings will be sent to the syslog five minutes before the expiration of the TGT for all principals. The form of the mes-
jdb@ACME.COM: your kerberos credentials expire in 5 minutes
/usr/lib/krb5/ktkt_warnd Kerberos warning daemon
ktkt_warnd(1M), syslog.conf(4), SEAM(5)
SunOS 5.10 22 Apr 2003 warn.conf(4)