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Log analyzer for sendmail, or other logs

is there a program, or script that I could use to view and analyze my 
log files. I know how to read them , and understand them, for the most 
part. What I am looking for is a php, or cgi or some other http type of 
program that I could use a browser to look at my logs. Something that 
would only allow access from a secure internal ip address.
Thanks,
John

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on Mon, 01 Mar 2004 at 04:07 GMT, John Rusinko wrote:
> is there a program, or script that I could use to view and analyze my 
> log files. I know how to read them , and understand them, for the most 
> part. What I am looking for is a php, or cgi or some other http type of 
> program that I could use a browser to look at my logs. Something that 
> would only allow access from a secure internal ip address.
> Thanks,
> John
>

isoqlog, http://www.enderunix.org/isoqlog/

Regards, Peter
-- 
Monday is an awful way to spend one seventh of your life.

MSN/Mail: pboosten at hotmail dot com
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niemand (39)
3/1/2004 7:35:05 AM
you could try using Webmin for all the logs.
I use SMA to create a page for sendmail logs
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catcher39 (139)
3/1/2004 5:10:50 PM
"Peter Boosten" <niemand@nergens.loc> wrote in message
news:slrnc45prb.cru.niemand@ramses.egypt.nl...
> on Mon, 01 Mar 2004 at 04:07 GMT, John Rusinko wrote:
> > is there a program, or script that I could use to view and analyze my
> > log files. I know how to read them , and understand them, for the most
> > part. What I am looking for is a php, or cgi or some other http type of
> > program that I could use a browser to look at my logs. Something that
> > would only allow access from a secure internal ip address.
> > Thanks,
> > John
> >
>
> isoqlog, http://www.enderunix.org/isoqlog/
>
> Regards, Peter
> -- 
> Monday is an awful way to spend one seventh of your life.
>
> MSN/Mail: pboosten at hotmail dot com

I second that.  Isoqlog is awesome!

Bfons


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andy2485 (83)
3/1/2004 8:11:27 PM
<andy@usermail.com> wrote in message
news:ae87adec6f09cd5b98d961032b5f12ef@news.teranews.com 
> "Peter Boosten" <niemand@nergens.loc> wrote in message
> news:slrnc45prb.cru.niemand@ramses.egypt.nl...
>> on Mon, 01 Mar 2004 at 04:07 GMT, John Rusinko wrote:
>>> is there a program, or script that I could use to view and analyze
>>> my log files. I know how to read them , and understand them, for
>>> the most part. What I am looking for is a php, or cgi or some other
>>> http type of program that I could use a browser to look at my logs.
>>> Something that would only allow access from a secure internal ip
>>> address. 
>>> Thanks,
>>> John
>>> 
>> 
>> isoqlog, http://www.enderunix.org/isoqlog/
>> 
>> Regards, Peter
>> --
>> Monday is an awful way to spend one seventh of your life.
>> 
>> MSN/Mail: pboosten at hotmail dot com
> 
> I second that.  Isoqlog is awesome!
> 
> Bfons

Yeah, but how could you run in on some old logs?

--
joz
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jozatan (24)
3/2/2004 4:02:28 AM
Have you guys seen

http://awstats.sourceforge.net/  for mail logs ??

regards,

JoZ wrote:

> <andy@usermail.com> wrote in message
> news:ae87adec6f09cd5b98d961032b5f12ef@news.teranews.com 
> 
>>"Peter Boosten" <niemand@nergens.loc> wrote in message
>>news:slrnc45prb.cru.niemand@ramses.egypt.nl...
>>
>>>on Mon, 01 Mar 2004 at 04:07 GMT, John Rusinko wrote:
>>>
>>>>is there a program, or script that I could use to view and analyze
>>>>my log files. I know how to read them , and understand them, for
>>>>the most part. What I am looking for is a php, or cgi or some other
>>>>http type of program that I could use a browser to look at my logs.
>>>>Something that would only allow access from a secure internal ip
>>>>address. 
>>>>Thanks,
>>>>John
>>>>
>>>
>>>isoqlog, http://www.enderunix.org/isoqlog/
>>>
>>>Regards, Peter
>>>--
>>>Monday is an awful way to spend one seventh of your life.
>>>
>>>MSN/Mail: pboosten at hotmail dot com
>>
>>I second that.  Isoqlog is awesome!
>>
>>Bfons
> 
> 
> Yeah, but how could you run in on some old logs?
> 
> --
> joz

-- 
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Jefe Area de Redes           (Network & UNIX Systems Administrator)
Ingeniero Civil Electronico                   (Electronic Engineer)

Direccion Central de Servicios Computacionales (DCSC)
Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria, Chile.
phone: +56 32 654237
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3/2/2004 11:10:16 AM
"Marcelo Maraboli" <marcelo.maraboli@dcsc.utfsm.cl> wrote in message
news:c21q8i$vqg$1@manutara.inf.utfsm.cl
> Have you guys seen
>
> http://awstats.sourceforge.net/  for mail logs ??
>
> regards,

Marcelo,

Thank you. This is awesome! I mean it!

I'm running it at the moment but this is unbelievable. For now I'm planning
to use it just for e-mail, but I see myself using it for web stats as well.

At the moment I'm using webalizer for webstats which is a really good tool,
but awstats is... wow...

--
joz

>
> JoZ wrote:
>
>> <andy@usermail.com> wrote in message
>> news:ae87adec6f09cd5b98d961032b5f12ef@news.teranews.com
>>
>>> "Peter Boosten" <niemand@nergens.loc> wrote in message
>>> news:slrnc45prb.cru.niemand@ramses.egypt.nl...
>>>
>>>> on Mon, 01 Mar 2004 at 04:07 GMT, John Rusinko wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> is there a program, or script that I could use to view and analyze
>>>>> my log files. I know how to read them , and understand them, for
>>>>> the most part. What I am looking for is a php, or cgi or some
>>>>> other http type of program that I could use a browser to look at
>>>>> my logs. Something that would only allow access from a secure
>>>>> internal ip address.
>>>>> Thanks,
>>>>> John
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>> isoqlog, http://www.enderunix.org/isoqlog/
>>>>
>>>> Regards, Peter
>>>> --
>>>> Monday is an awful way to spend one seventh of your life.
>>>>
>>>> MSN/Mail: pboosten at hotmail dot com
>>>
>>> I second that.  Isoqlog is awesome!
>>>
>>> Bfons
>>
>>
>> Yeah, but how could you run in on some old logs?
>>
>> --
>> joz



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jozatan (24)
3/2/2004 9:09:49 PM
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Sendmail Log question
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Limiting Sendmail Logging?
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