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I've noticed that when running a script that connects to a number of our servers (to essentially run batch commands) that the commands aren't logged in the user's .sh_history or .bash_history files. Is there a place where this is logged (assuming the script itself isn't doing the logging and I'm... (3 Replies)
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Hi Everyone. First, I want to thank all of you for letting me participate in this great group.
I am having a bit of a problem.
After I get an email from a responder, I login to make my reply.
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How to manage logging in an application.
Actually I am developing a Client-Server application in c/c++ and want to manage an optional logging in my application, but since prior I have never done ths activity.
Plz guide me.
thanks. (2 Replies)
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On our current Solaris 8 machine we only have "standard" logging configured, and now i need to put on more. What i specificly need is time in the logfiles. Ex. When a user is logging in,
when a user makes it self SU. etc.
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thanks, kym (1 Reply)
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is there a log/ how do i make a log that logs every packet inbound or outbound through my server?
I want every packet or packet fragment to be logged that comes to my server. (5 Replies)
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Is there a log I can go to that will give me the filesystem opeations of all users. I wrote a script to delete some files and I want to make sure none were deleted out of a particular directory.
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