[syslog-ng]Making Logs Viewable as a Webpage

Aaron Brown [email protected]
Wed, 9 Jan 2002 19:45:41 -0600


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First off, Congrats on making an awesome utility. I've used it in 2 =
nationwide networks utilizing over 200 Routers, servers and network =
appliances and its run rock solid. But I would like to make the logs =
viewable via a webpage for security purposes. Unfortunately the Logs =
come out as a continuous line when viewed as html. Basically I'd like to =
be able to add a html page break ,<br>, to the end of each log message =
as they are written. I'm sure its an easy fix, but I am by no means a =
programmer. If possible could you tell me which src file and line that =
holds the command that writes the actual syslog message to the file. Any =
help would be appreciated.

Aaron

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<DIV><FONT face=3DArial size=3D2>First off, Congrats on making an =
awesome utility.=20
I've used it in 2 nationwide networks utilizing over 200 Routers, =
servers and=20
network appliances and its run rock solid. But I would like to make the =
logs=20
viewable via a webpage for security purposes. Unfortunately the Logs =
come out as=20
a continuous line when viewed as html. Basically I'd like to be able to =
add a=20
html page break ,&lt;br&gt;, to the end of each log message as they are =
written.=20
I'm sure its an easy fix, but I am by no means a programmer. If possible =
could=20
you tell me which src file and line that holds the command that writes =
the=20
actual syslog message to the file. Any help would be =
appreciated.</FONT></DIV>
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<DIV><FONT face=3DArial size=3D2>Aaron</FONT></DIV></BODY></HTML>

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