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It's pretty simple. Setup a proxy server and block port 80 (and 443) on your gateway/router to all machines in your network except the proxy. This will force everyone to browse through the proxy. You may need to setup their browser settings once as well. The proxy server has the ability to log which machine browsed to which URL. The bonus is that the ...


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Have a look at What are the methods available to get the CPU usage in Linux Command line? in which I explain how to use sar to get cpu usage etc. In order to get sar you will need the package sysstat as @passionate_tester mentions above. For more general monitoring you could use a tool like Xymon which will track disk space usage, CPU load, system uptime, ...


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Have you tried Sysstat in Linux? It is a package of system monitoring tools. One that will fit you will be called sat. You can downloaded it from here Otherwise, you can use your package manager to install. Use one of the command depends on your Linux distribution. sudo yum install sysstat or sudo apt-get install sysstat For Windows, I can't point ...


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try opening the file in other apps that can open spreadsheets.... Open Office, Star Office or whatever the hell they call it, Google Docs even do you have a unix OS available? Try porting the file there and getting someone to open it for you, you might recover more than what you bargained for, or partially recover following the above, I'm not knowledgable ...


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Run Repair The first thing to try is to open it with the Repair option in Excel. You can do this by clicking on File and then Open. In the Open dialog box, single click on the Excel file and then click on the small arrow next to the Open button. Go ahead and click on Open and Repair and you’ll get a message asking if you want to repair, which will ...


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As other users have suggested above, this seems to be a very common problem, and a very good reason to maintain/update your router firmware and check your router settings frequently.


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Try enabling logging for mod_ssl. It's off by default. Unfortunately, you didn't say what version of mod_ssl you're using. Newer versions of mod_ssl use the ErrorLog and LogLevel directives. Add the following to ssl.conf: ErrorLog /var/log/apache2/ssl_engine.log LogLevel warn You can also use a CustomLog format in apache: CustomLog ...


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I would use PowerShell for this task Since you need a simple solution I converted it to a executable program using PS2EXE. Your customers have to start a single .exe and watch the output log growing. Code $input = 'D:\input.txt' $output = 'D:\output.log' $regex = '\d' write-host "Input log :" $input write-host "Output log :" $output write-host ...


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Important: The instructions below contain steps that tell you how to modify the registry. However, serious problems might occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you follow these steps carefully. For added protection, back up the registry before you modify it. Then, you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. For more ...


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I don't have a tool but I can give you advice on how to write it (you can use Visual Studio Express most likely which is free). I would use .Net (C# or Visual Basic, I'll use Visual Basic for my example). For a WinForms project there is a control called file system watcher that you can set monitor directories. It will tell you when there is a ...


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You did not say this is MS Windows, so let me assume that it is. This sounds like a job for a simple cscript. There are alot of tutorials and examples on the net. You may even find an example to do exactly this. If this were Linux/Unix, you might use a one line awk command to do exactly this. Or Python, cause every linux has python..


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You could use the script command. I don't know if it writes a timestamp for every command, but for sure it writes every command into a server log. I use it as the first step to create a shell script. You could start it via Putty or use it as login shell or if you are on the system just type script. Hope this helps.


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You could use snoopy for this. It is very simple to install, and since 2.x it can log arbitrary data (arguments, environmental variables, cwd, etc.). Disclosure: Snoopy maintainer here.


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Snoopy is simple to start with. If you need more (in terms of reliability or 'uncircumventiability'), you should look towards proper auditing solutions. Disclosure: Snoopy maintainer here.


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You could use snoopy. It is very simple to install and to remove (no kernel module or patching required). Note that this is not a proper auditing solution and it can easily be circumvented. Disclosure: I am current snoopy maintainer.


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Unfortunately no it doesn't. There doesn't seem to be a feature request for this either, so maybe you can submit one?


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The solution is to use custom rsyslog templates. First you create the log message template. The following template resembles the default syslog format but has the %fromhost-ip% added you can add other variables in the same manner $template tplremote,"%timegenerated% %HOSTNAME% %fromhost-ip% %syslogtag%%msg:::drop-last-lf%\n" Then we create the file name ...



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