Quote:Should I set cron to start at boot?IMO, yes. [by TrevorH]
I recently experienced a logwatch issue that is fixed by running export DATE_MANIP=DM5.
cron seems to forget this when I logout (presumably because it's not saved).
Where can I add this custom environment variable? Since I don't manage the code for logwatch, I don't want to necessarily add an export command inside the script that launches.
6.4 is the update for 6.3. Because upstream strives to keep compatibility between minor releases, it should be a transparent upgrade. CentOS 6 is supported until 2020, CentOS 6.4 is o... [by TrevorH]
I've installed Logwatch 7.3.6 via the rpm on my CentOS 5.4 server. The issue is I'm getting basically empty reports from logwatch. The only two sections which have any information are sam... [by edwaa]
My logwatch reports, within the CRON section, contain thousands of entries like those below.
I have a very very strange problem that suddenly showed up on my system after switching from sendmail -> postfix.
Suddenly I don't get any logwatch or cron emails.
However, I am still able to get emails sent via the mail or logwatch commands.
Here is the /var/log/maillog output for one cron email which never made it, the log all looks good.
Dec 28 19:42:01 localhost postfix/pickup: DC33
The default config for http-error logs in Logwatch on a CentOS 5 box (logwatch-7.4.0-1) includes the line:
That wipes out all lines, because Apache 2.2 uses StdDate format (e.g. Fri Sep 21 04:44:55 2012) not the standard Apache format (e.g. 04/Sep/2012:13:46:40 -0500).
So I'm getting this email from (I think) the Cron Daemon every 3ish hours:
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Cron Daemon)
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Cron <root@localhost> /usr/share/clamav/freshclam-sleep
Quote:TrevorH wrote:I'd start by googling "configure reverse dns" and go from there.Thank you. I will d... [by Mark4785]
Over here, I inquired about counting 503 errors in a log for the last hour...