[Logwatch] Logwatch not reporting all logs

Chris Smith csmith@squiz.net
Mon, 11 Aug 2003 12:32:03 +1000


Hi,

Try updating the version of logwatch. You'll need to manually download and 
upgrade it from the logwatch website - up2date and anything like it usually 
only check redhat mirrors (which haven't been keeping up with the version 
AFAIK).

http://www.logwatch.org/

At 03:14 AM 8/10/2003 -0700, Anthony Herana wrote:

>Hello,
>      Sorry if this has already been discussed, but I'm currently having 
> difficulty accessing the archives of the mailing list. I have two home 
> servers running Red Hat 9.0, with the default install of Logwatch. Both 
> are e-mailing me reports that contain CRON stuff as seen below:
>
>  --------------------- Cron Begin ------------------------
>Commands Run:
>
>**Unmatched Entries**
>Aug  9 00:01:00 doomcorps CROND[13766]: (root) CMD (run-parts 
>/etc/cron.hourly)
>Aug  9 01:01:00 doomcorps CROND[13772]: (root) CMD (run-parts 
>/etc/cron.hourly)
>Aug  9 02:01:00 doomcorps CROND[13778]: (root) CMD (run-parts 
>/etc/cron.hourly)
>...
>  ---------------------- Cron End -------------------------
>
>I'm not sure why this is included as there is nothing to run for 
>cron.hourly. More importantly, none of the information found in the other 
>logs is being sent. I've checked the config file and the report level is 
>set to 10, but other than that I don't know what to check for. Has anyone 
>seen this before and knows why it's happening? Thanks for taking the time 
>to read this.
>
>
>
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Chris Smith

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