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#1 14-11-2016 20:30:43

totof68
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Problème Logwatch

Bien le bonjour tout le monde,

Je viens vers vous ce soir pour un problème avec Logwatch.


Logwatch est installé sur deux serveurs :
Le 1er : Impeccable
Le 2ène ne tourne pas

Pourtant ils ont été installés de la même manière, avec le même fichier de configuration.

Si j'exécute logwatch sur le premier serveur voici le retour

13:33 [ root @ SRV1 ][ ~ ] > logwatch

 ################### Logwatch 7.4.0 (03/01/11) ####################
        Processing Initiated: Mon Nov 14 13:33:50 2016
        Date Range Processed: yesterday
                              ( 2016-Nov-13 )
                              Period is day.
        Detail Level of Output: 0
        Type of Output/Format: stdout / text
        Logfiles for Host: SRV1
 ##################################################################

 --------------------- SSHD Begin ------------------------

 Users logging in through sshd:
    totof:
       192.168.1.36: 1 time

 ---------------------- SSHD End -------------------------


 --------------------- Disk Space Begin ------------------------

 Filesystem      Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
 /dev/sdb1       220G  943M  208G   1% /
 udev             10M     0   10M   0% /dev
 /dev/md0        1.8T  1.5T  219G  88% /media/RAID


 ---------------------- Disk Space End -------------------------


 ###################### Logwatch End #########################


bloc à supprimer si la commande n’affiche rien




Si je l’exécute sur le deuxième :

13:33 [ root @ SRV2 ][ ~ ] > logwatch
13:34 [ root @ SRV2 ][ ~ ] >


bloc à supprimer si la commande n’affiche rien



Même pas de retour dans le terminal...


En tout cas, il est bien installer :

13:34 [ root @ SRV2 ][ ~ ] > apt-cache policy logwatch
logwatch:
  Installé : 7.4.1-2
  Candidat : 7.4.1-2
 Table de version :
 *** 7.4.1-2 0
        500 http://ftp.fr.debian.org/debian/ jessie/main amd64 Packages
        100 /var/lib/dpkg/status


bloc à supprimer si la commande n’affiche rien



Mais je n'arrive pas à trouver la moindre chose dans les logs qui peuvent m'aider.


Voici le fichier de conf au cas ou :

13:36 [ root @ SRV2 ][ ~ ] > cat /usr/share/logwatch/default.conf/logwatch.conf
########################################################
# This was written and is maintained by:
#    Kirk Bauer <kirk@kaybee.org>
#
# Please send all comments, suggestions, bug reports,
#    etc, to kirk@kaybee.org.
#
########################################################

# NOTE:
#   All these options are the defaults if you run logwatch with no
#   command-line arguments.  You can override all of these on the
#   command-line.

# You can put comments anywhere you want to.  They are effective for the
# rest of the line.

# this is in the format of <name> = <value>.  Whitespace at the beginning
# and end of the lines is removed.  Whitespace before and after the = sign
# is removed.  Everything is case *insensitive*.

# Yes = True  = On  = 1
# No  = False = Off = 0

# Default Log Directory
# All log-files are assumed to be given relative to this directory.
LogDir = /var/log

# You can override the default temp directory (/tmp) here
TmpDir = /var/cache/logwatch

#Output/Format Options
#By default Logwatch will print to stdout in text with no encoding.
#To make email Default set Output = mail to save to file set Output = file
Output = stdout
#To make Html the default formatting Format = html
Format = text
#To make Base64 [aka uuencode] Encode = base64
Encode = none

# Default person to mail reports to.  Can be a local account or a
# complete email address.  Variable Output should be set to mail, or
# --output mail should be passed on command line to enable mail feature.
MailTo = xxx@gmail.com
# WHen using option --multiemail, it is possible to specify a different
# email recipient per host processed.  For example, to send the report
# for hostname host1 to user@example.com, use:
#Mailto_host1 = user@example.com
# Multiple recipients can be specified by separating them with a space.

# Default person to mail reports from.  Can be a local account or a
# complete email address.
MailFrom = Logwatch

# if set, the results will be saved in <filename> instead of mailed
# or displayed. Be sure to set Output = file also.
#Filename = /tmp/logwatch

# Use archives?  If set to 'Yes', the archives of logfiles
# (i.e. /var/log/messages.1 or /var/log/messages.1.gz) will
# be searched in addition to the /var/log/messages file.
# This usually will not do much if your range is set to just
# 'Yesterday' or 'Today'... it is probably best used with
# By default this is now set to Yes. To turn off Archives uncomment this.
#Archives = No
# Range = All

# The default time range for the report...
# The current choices are All, Today, Yesterday
Range = yesterday

# The default detail level for the report.
# This can either be Low, Med, High or a number.
# Low = 0
# Med = 5
# High = 10
Detail = Low


# The 'Service' option expects either the name of a filter
# (in /usr/share/logwatch/scripts/services/*) or 'All'.
# The default service(s) to report on.  This should be left as All for
# most people.
Service = All
# You can also disable certain services (when specifying all)
Service = "-zz-network"     # Prevents execution of zz-network service, which
                            # prints useful network configuration info.
Service = "-zz-sys"         # Prevents execution of zz-sys service, which
                            # prints useful system configuration info.
Service = "-eximstats"      # Prevents execution of eximstats service, which
                            # is a wrapper for the eximstats program.
# If you only cared about FTP messages, you could use these 2 lines
# instead of the above:
#Service = ftpd-messages   # Processes ftpd messages in /var/log/messages
#Service = ftpd-xferlog    # Processes ftpd messages in /var/log/xferlog
# Maybe you only wanted reports on PAM messages, then you would use:
#Service = pam_pwdb        # PAM_pwdb messages - usually quite a bit
#Service = pam             # General PAM messages... usually not many

# You can also choose to use the 'LogFile' option.  This will cause
# logwatch to only analyze that one logfile.. for example:
#LogFile = messages
# will process /var/log/messages.  This will run all the filters that
# process that logfile.  This option is probably not too useful to
# most people.  Setting 'Service' to 'All' above analyzes all LogFiles
# anyways...

#
# By default we assume that all Unix systems have sendmail or a sendmail-like MTA.
# The mailer code prints a header with To: From: and Subject:.
# At this point you can change the mailer to anything that can handle this output
# stream.
# TODO test variables in the mailer string to see if the To/From/Subject can be set
# From here with out breaking anything. This would allow mail/mailx/nail etc..... -mgt
mailer = "/usr/sbin/sendmail -t"

#
# With this option set to a comma separted list of hostnames, only log entries
# for these particular hosts will be processed.  This can allow a log host to
# process only its own logs, or Logwatch can be run once per a set of hosts
# included in the logfiles.
# Example: HostLimit = hosta,hostb,myhost
#
# The default is to report on all log entries, regardless of its source host.
# Note that some logfiles do not include host information and will not be
# influenced by this setting.
#
#HostLimit = myhost

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