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vRealize Log Insight 4.0 Install Guide

vRealize Log Insight 4.0 is a powerful log management and analytics tool, natively integrating with VMware products such as vRealize Automation, vRealize Operations, and vSphere, as well as providing a heterogeneous platform for third party products. 801 more words

VMware

Sky Hub syslogging to Mac OS

The standard issue Sky Broadband SR102 ADSL router includes the capability to send syslog messages to a remote host.

Unfortunately the plucky little SR102 doesn’t send syslog messages in entirely the right format (checked using ‘syslog -F raw’): 285 more words

Techie

No leap second simulations this year

As some of my readers already know, I changed jobs in Novembre: I left Opera Software to join Telenor Digital. We have decided not to run any leap second simulation here, so I am not going to publish anything on the subject this year. 28 more words

Syslog

Packet Tracer Troubleshooting Activity : 102

Hello everyone, I thought it would be a great idea to produce and deliver another troubleshooting exercise for those keen net-workers out there. This is another CCNA level network and I have tried to mix things up a little to make you think a little more about the potential problems. 202 more words

Learning

cf-deploy v2 released

I took some time this weekend to release an update for cf-deploy. You have now the option to override the configuration hardcoded in the script by means of environment variables. 109 more words

Syslog

Upgrading to VMware vRealize Log Insight 4.0.0

In case you didn’t notice, vRealize Log Insight 4.0.0 has been released earlier this week and is available for download. This article focusses on the required upgrade steps. 549 more words

VMware

OpenBSD | newsyslog | postrotate command

Your daemon doesn’t write to his logfile after rotating log using newsyslog? You are executing a postrotate command in newsyslog.conf?
The reason for this strange behaviour is that in case of executing a postrate command per definition (rtfm newsyslog.conf) no SIGHUP will be sent to syslogd. 31 more words

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