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Blog Summary for Week of September 5

1. Apache and MySQL Logging with Syslog-ng
This article shows how to use the popular system logging tool Syslog-ng to log Apache and MySQL events. Apache does not log via syslog-ng by default so we go over two methods of easily remedying this. We also show how to use SQL queries to view syslog-ng data.

2. Using M3 to take System Monitors to the Next Level
Monitis provides built in functionality to monitor a wide variety of system statistics as well as the ability to create custom system monitors. Monitis Monitor Manager, or M3 for short, allows you to take these custom monitors …

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Apache and MySQL Logging with Syslog-ng

Apache and syslog-ng

While logging to a database back-end has its benefits, the setup as it stands leaves us wanting. Some applications, such as Apache, do not log via syslog-ng by default. The good news is that this can be easily remedied, and there are a couple of different ways of doing this. First, the less good way:

Method #1: Changing the Apache configuration file.

First, we need to setup syslog-ng appropriately by creating a new source for apache, such as the following:

source s_apache {

log { source(s_apache); destination(d_pgsql); };

This recycles the original destination for …

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