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Collecting Syslogs on Linux

Posted on 2011-03-16
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Hi All,

What is the best tool out there to collect and manage syslogs on my network (from various devices).

I am running Fedora Core 14, there is nothing specific that I'm looking for, just investigating for now.

Cheers

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linux runs syslog which can receive logs from devices that supports syslog

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Any links etc on how to set up / configure out of the box?

Cheers
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Cheers bub.
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