The Syslog daemon rsyslog on Ubuntu is configured through the /etc/rsyslog.conf configuration file. Follow the steps below to send all Syslog messages from an Ubuntu machine to EventSentry. Open the file /etc/rsyslog.conf in an editor. Add the following: text . eventsentryserver:514 Restart the syslog daemon: ...

KB-ID 260
Category: Network Monitoring
Applies to: All Versions

In a nutshell full licenses are intended to be used for WindowsR servers and workstations whereas network device licenses are intended to be used for NonWindows devices like switches routers Linux/Unix hosts and other IPbased network devices. Full Licenses Can be used on any supported WindowsR operating system. A single full licens...

KB-ID 267
Category: Sales

Run the following commands in the terminal: Update package list: sudo apt update Install SNMP: sudo apt install snmpd Next we need to configure multiple entries in the snmpd.conf file there is a manual page located here link to http://netsnmp.sourceforge.net/docs/man/snmpd.conf.html which contains information for additional config...

KB-ID 281
Category: Heartbeat Monitoring
Applies to: 3.0.1 and later

Run the following commands in the terminal: Update all packages: sudo yum checkupdate Install SNMP: yum y install netsnmp Next we need to configure multiple entries in the snmpd.conf there is a manual page located here link to http://netsnmp.sourceforge.net/docs/man/snmpd.conf.html which contains information for additional conf...

KB-ID 282
Category: Heartbeat Monitoring
Applies to: All Versions

While overall performance and CPU statistics from nonWindows hosts can easily be obtained via SNMP getting the CPU usage of each process requires a few additional configuration steps. Since EventSentry39s performance monitoring feature supports importing data returned from an external process examplehttp://demo.eventsentry.com/dashboard/...

KB-ID 473
Category: Monitoring
Applies to: 5.0.1.90 and later

File integrity on Linux hosts can be monitored by integrating the Samhain tool and EventSentry. Note: This guide was created with Debian/Ubuntu in mind the process should be similar for other distributions with a slightly different command line. 1. Configure Syslog on Linux and verify that Syslogs are sent to EventSentry 2. Download ...

KB-ID 476
Category: File Monitoring
Applies to: 4.1 and later