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Old 5th February 2010
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Question Syslog-ng Monitor

Hi all,

I am wondering if anyone can assist with getting syslog-ng working (or verifying that it is) the way I want it to.

Basically I'm running Syslog-ng with hopes of capturing all syslog info sent to the machine and to act as a central syslog monitor.

I'm using the "sample" config for syslog-ng from OpenBSD and running on OpenBSD 4.6 with PF disabled (at least for now).

I'm running "php-syslog-ng" which is supposed to be a web interface for syslog-ng allowing you to see all the logs.

http://code.google.com/p/php-syslog-ng/

Right now it appears that syslog-ng starts up fine but I do not see anything show up on the web interface.

I would first like to start by verifying that Syslog-ng is in fact accepting incoming syslogs and working properly.

If anyone has any thoughts on this or getting my system running properly that would be awesome.
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