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comment How to capture the remote [ rsh/rcp ] login events and information using syslog.conf
By adding the following in the logrotate file [ postrotate ; /bin/kill -HUP cat /var/run/syslogd.pid 2> /dev/null 2> ] , The syslog started capturing the auth.info correctly which enables the rcp and rsh- Thanks
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comment How to capture the remote [ rsh/rcp ] login events and information using syslog.conf
Thanks for the details marcel - I am just curious what does the "log_on_success += USERID" will do in your xinetd.conf
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comment How to capture the remote [ rsh/rcp ] login events and information using syslog.conf
I have a logrotate on the log file, after the rotate few information like rsh are not being captured in the log. Looks like after each rotate I need to restart the syslog service.
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comment How to capture the remote [ rsh/rcp ] login events and information using syslog.conf
I already have this information in my xinetd.conf
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comment How to capture the remote [ rsh/rcp ] login events and information using syslog.conf
I am able to get the ssh/ftp/scp events in my syslog logfiles. The issue is only with rcp and rsh
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