However the file isn't there. I had installed epylog on another system, and the file is there. So I guess I'll just copy it over and I'll be set. But that is strange!
Your friendly neighborhood SA,
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Subject: Re: [Epylog] notices_local
That file is (should be) part of the rpm.
rpm -qf /etc/epylog/modules.d/notices.conf
I would highly recommend reinstalling the rpm.
On Mon, 2005-08-15 at 18:53 -0400, phillip <at> fiu.edu wrote:
> Okay so then I thought I might be missing something. For some reason I
> don't have a notices.conf. I installed from epylog-1.0.3-1.noarch.rpm.
> Would it be safe to assume that if I create a notices.conf epylog will
> detect it? Could you post your notices.conf so I can be sure I have
> the correct syntax and values for that file?
> Your friendly neighborhood SA,
> "Sean O'Connell"
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> The entries that you add to notices_local.xml are parsed by the
> module, so you need to change the files definition
> in /etc/epylog/modules.d/notices.conf (assuming a standard rpm
> On Mon, 2005-08-15 at 18:03 -0400, phillip <at> fiu.edu wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I'm new to Epylog. So far with basic configuration it has helped us.
> > think it has a lot of potential. And I'm probably going to have
> > of questions to post on this list :)
> > My first question is with the notice_local.xml file. What log files
> > does epylog parse to match patterns in notice_local.xml? And can I
> > configure it to match patterns in a custom log file.
> > So instead of using notice_local.xml to match patters
> > in /var/log/messages, I'd want it to look at /var/log/my_file.log
> > I've reviewed the available documentation many times to look for the
> > answer, so I hope I didn't over look it.
> > Thanks!
> > Your friendly neighborhood SA,
> > phiLLip
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