Watching Your Logs

    Date17 May 2000
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    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    In this article, Lance Spitzner talks about how to make the best use of your system logs. "Determine what information you need out of your system logs. The second step is to identify which logs contain that information. The . . . In this article, Lance Spitzner talks about how to make the best use of your system logs. "Determine what information you need out of your system logs. The second step is to identify which logs contain that information. The third step is identifying the trigger, what defines the critical information?"
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