The Syslog daemon rsyslog on Ubuntu is configured through the /etc/rsyslog.d/50default.conf configuration file. Follow the steps below to send all Syslog messages from an Ubuntu machine to EventSentry. Open the file /etc/rsyslog.d/50default.conf in an editor. Append the following line to the bottom: text . eventsentryserv...

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

Forwarding Syslog messages as email alerts is a threestep process assuming that Syslog messages are already successfully received in EventSentry: Enable Syslog to Event Log which creates events in the application event log from the Syslog messages Configure one or more Syslog text filters Create filter rule to forward those events ...

KB-ID 399
Category: Configuration
Applies to: All Versions

In a production environment it can be important to know if and when a VM is reverted to a snapshot. If the VMWare ESXi host is configured to send Syslog messages to a log hosthttps://docs.vmware.com/en/VMwarevSphere/6.7/com.vmware.esxi.upgrade.doc/GUID9F67DB52F469451FB6C8DAE8D95976E7.html like EventSentry then it will send a message s...

KB-ID 408
Category: Network Services

The Syslog daemon syslog on macOS is configured through the /etc/syslog.conf configuration file. Follow the steps below to send all Syslog messages from an macOS machine to EventSentry. Open the file /etc/syslog.conf in an editor. sudo nano /etc/syslog.conf Append the following line to the bottom: . eventsentryserver:514 ...

KB-ID 449
Category: Network Monitoring

In a production environment it can be important to know if and when a snapshots of a VM are added to deleted. If the VMWare ESXi host is configured to send Syslog messages to a log host like EventSentry then it will send a message that will include the text shown below when a snapshot is added or removed: Snapshot Added State Transit...

KB-ID 460
Category: Network Services
Applies to: 4.x