log colorizer? - Suse

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    Kevin Nathan wrote:
    > That's what I do at work, most of the time. But, it gets a little messy
    > with 20+ servers -- I'm hoping to use MultiTail to get four tails per
    > console screen. I should probably just setup Zabbix, but that damn lack
    > of time keeps getting in the way! :-)


    http://software.opensuse.org/search?...0&p=1&q=Zabbix

    Reading the 200+ pages manual, it just not realy point&click now is it?
    It however looks enourmously impressive. OK, perhaps a bit of overkill
    for my two machines (sometimes three, might become 4)

    houghi
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    On Sat, 13 Sep 2008 11:12:40 +0200
    houghi wrote:

    >http://software.opensuse.org/search?...0&p=1&q=Zabbix
    >
    >Reading the 200+ pages manual, it just not realy point&click now is it?


    No, it's not. The network admin at work spent close to two weeks (in
    between his normal workload, of course) in getting it set up the way he
    wanted. It was probably made more difficult because he had various
    distros to handle -- now we're down to just Gentoo and SUSE and he has
    to redo it. One of the other admins deleted all of his setup files (and
    was subsequently fired).


    >It however looks enourmously impressive. OK, perhaps a bit of overkill
    >for my two machines (sometimes three, might become 4)
    >


    Yes, it *is* impressive. I wouldn't use it at home unless I was
    actually running publicly available servers. I was up to five active
    computers (and two laptops) at one point but I'm now back to a more
    reasonable two, with the occasional third server for testing . . . :-)


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    Kevin Nathan wrote:
    > Yes, it *is* impressive. I wouldn't use it at home unless I was
    > actually running publicly available servers. I was up to five active
    > computers (and two laptops) at one point but I'm now back to a more
    > reasonable two, with the occasional third server for testing . . . :-)


    Well, it is nce to have anyway. To impres people you just create some
    random data or call them several names, so as to have more data to show.
    :-D

    For a small network, a lot can already be done by mounting the differnt
    machines with NFS and see what you need that way.

    If logfiles are not importand, then gkrellm or ksysguard can do the
    trick.

    houghi
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    will start thinking and the people will stop.
    -- Tron (1982)

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