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In continuing to run into headaches with an older version of Kiwi, I’m starting an investigation into other Syslog alternatives.  Syslog requirements: Something that is relatively inexpensive, doesn’t need to be Windows based, has a web interface.

 

Curious what everyone else is running or has had some experience with and what they liked.

 

Thanks.

-Aaron

 

 

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Aaron Hockett
Network Systems and Securities Manager 

Warner Pacific College
2219 SE 68th Ave.
Portland, OR 97215
 

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Splunk Free is great if you generate less than 500 MB of logs per day. In our smaller environment, I run 4 instances of it (as virtual machines), one for each wireless controller that we have and one for all our switches. We are getting close to exceeding the limits, so sometime this year I will be looking for an alternative that can do more than 500 MB per day. Splunk it quite expensive to pay for once you outgrow the free version. Nathan Nathan P. Hay Network Engineer | Information Technology Cedarville University | www.cedarville.edu 937-766-7905 twitter: @nathanphay >>> Aaron Hockett 2/21/2012 2:50 PM >>> All ~ In continuing to run into headaches with an older version of Kiwi, I'm starting an investigation into other Syslog alternatives. Syslog requirements: Something that is relatively inexpensive, doesn't need to be Windows based, has a web interface. Curious what everyone else is running or has had some experience with and what they liked. Thanks. -Aaron mysteries made known Aaron Hockett Network Systems and Securities Manager Warner Pacific College 2219 SE 68th Ave. Portland, OR 97215 ahockett@warnerpacific.edu www.warnerpacific.edu tel: fax: 503-517-1203 503-517-1352 This message is intended for the sole use of the individual to whom it is addressed. It may contain information that is privileged, confidential or exempt from disclosure under applicable laws. If you are not the intended addressee you are hereby notified that you may not use, copy, disclose, or distribute to anyone this message or any information contained within this message. If you have received this message in error, please immediately advise the sender by replying to this email and delete this message. ********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/. ********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.
Syslog-NG writing to MySQL utilizing Cacti with the syslog plugin on the front-end. Takes a bit to get setup but provides a web interface with the only cost being VM resources and time. Only limits on the system are the VM (or hardware) you put behind it. ~Patrick
Message from dave@gibbnet.net

Plus one for Splunk -- that software is great but again ultra-expensive to actually buy.

Cheers,
Dave

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