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There is a application named as Apache-scalp. It is a Apache log analyzer . Scalp! is a log analyzer for the Apache web server that aims to look for security problems. The main idea is to look through huge log files and extract the possible attacks that have been sent through HTTP/GET (By default, Apache does not log the HTTP/POST variable). You ...
Permission to view log files is granted to users being in the group adm. Ubuntu: Privileges To add a user to this group on the command line issue: sudo usermod -aG adm <USER>
Check this out for using ACL: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FilePermissions
To view different types of logs, for like troubleshooting purposes the best way is to use Log File Viewer which is a GUI interface, that can be used to view different types of logs. In your case particular open this Log File Viewer and then you will get an option stating syslog then double click on this option to view syslogs. To troubleshoot your problem ...
Check this link for list of applications that you can choose one of them as your needs... I advice you by cacti bandwidth-monitoring-tools-for-linux
cant really help you with individual application usage log but total bandwidth in a day and total month can be logged by vnstat. sudo apt-get install vnstat hope that helps.
You may want to try out Asciinema. In addition to just making a recording you get the ability to share it and embed the player on your blog, article or in a conference talk.
/usr/lib/apt/methods/http is used by the package manager (APT) to download files, like .deb packages and package lists. If you aren't installing new packages or updates it's quite likely the update manager updating its package lists.
I think all you want is to see the text in the terminal and at the same time write it to a file: ls -l | tee -a ls.log This lists your files to the terminal and to ls.log. The -a is for appending instead of overwriting in case ls.log exists. Note that this does not work for terminal applications, like less or top or anything that has menus and scrolls. ...
Not all applications will leave a log behind, it depends on the coding behind them, even complex ones might not have logging capabilities. If an application has a debug, verbose or log capabilities that option will be declared in the man page of that application, ie: man ssh will show you that if you use ssh -v you will get a verbose output of what the ...
In my system I have this: % ls -lad /var/log drwxr-xr-x 21 root root 12288 Nov 8 16:01 /var/log So my first try would be to recreate that and reboot... (no guarantees: never tried that, and I have no time now to set up a VM just to try it...) sudo mkdir /var/log sudo chmod 755 /var/log I hope that the various daemons will repopulate the directory ...
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