Yes. It's handling of logins is totally borked. One of the major reasons I only check it once or twice a week, it's just horribly designed. And after a post or 2, it logs you back out again.
Our monitoring package logs in via SSH to more accurately monitor certain things, but in doing so it fills my last logs with logins from the monitoring host - every 5 minutes for each individual thing that is being monitored which has amounted to over 100,000 per day on a single server. Is there a way to tell Linux (CentOS) to not log SSH logins/sessions from a certain FQDN?
This Shell script will search the server logs on daily basis and will email you the successful Ftp Logins of the day. The ftp logs are saved in the /var/log/messages file as by default there is no separate log file for Ftp in Linux.
Create a file /home/script/ftplogins.sh and paste [...]
I went to check my server logs today and it looks I only have stuff beginning January 6th. When I use the 'last' command I only see logins from today and when I check auth.log I only see entries from January 6th and in syslog only from today.. Did something happen after the 1st? Anyone have this happen to them before? Also my server hasn't rebooted in 19 days..
I wanted to check user numbers of a solution I'd posted, in order to verify its relevance, so copied the 'post title' to the search box.
This, we would presume, place the post at the top of the first page, unless another post had the same title.
In fact the post was displayed on page 5 of the results or 124th on the list.
Above it were a whole host of posts totally (I mean completely) unconnecte