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Bug#132505: marked as done (debian status script(s))



Your message dated Mon, 25 Aug 2008 14:24:44 +0200
with message-id <200808251424.45206.holger@layer-acht.org>
and subject line the logwatch package implements this
has caused the Debian Bug report #132505,
regarding debian status script(s)
to be marked as done.

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Package: general
Severity: wishlist

This is a very good idea, and worth a bug report. I'm filing it against
general until we get a better idea of how it could work.

At first glance, the cron.weekly (and daily? That'd be a bit annoying) 
scripts could do something of this sort, but we'd probably want a way to
turn it on/off, and so on. It might be better if the scripts just logged
to syslog, then logcheck and other tools could take care of the mailing
bit if the admin wants to set that up.

nate wrote:
> I have noticed that in Mandrake(at least last time i used it over
> a year ago), and more recently in FreeBSD 4.4, both of these
> systems(probably others too) generate reports daily or weekly
> as to the status of the system. I was wondering if there was
> a package to do this for debian. I already use logcheck, which
> works, was suprised to see the information that the freebsd
> system generated for me to review, I could probably come up with
> some of it manually with scripts, but was curious if theres
> a package out there(even if its not packaged) that does this ..
> 
> sample report from freebsd 4.4:
> Removing stale files from /var/preserve:
> 
> Cleaning out old system announcements:
> 
> Removing stale files from /var/rwho:
> 
> Backup passwd and group files:
> 
> Verifying group file syntax:
> 
> Backing up mail aliases:
> 
> Disk status:
> Filesystem  1K-blocks     Used    Avail Capacity  Mounted on
> /dev/ad4s1a   9146859   363133  8051978     4%    /
> /dev/ccd0c   11903642   767269 10184082     7%    /usr
> /dev/ccd1c   11903642   134379 10816972     1%    /var
> /dev/ccd2c    8298507  1005409  6629218    13%    /data
> /dev/ad6s1e   9146859     3740  8411371     0%    /tmp
> procfs              4        4        0   100%    /proc
> 
> Last dump(s) done (Dump '>' file systems):
> 
> UUCP status:
> 
> Network interface status:
> Name  Mtu   Network       Address            Ipkts Ierrs    Opkts
> Oerrs  Collznb0  1500  <Link#1>    00:c0:95:e6:18:54 178331802     0 244908167   
>  0     0zrm0* 0     <Link#2>                             0     0        0    
> 0     0znb1  1500  <Link#3>    00:c0:95:e6:18:55 244937182     0 177910605   
>  0     0znb2  1500  <Link#4>    00:c0:95:e6:18:56 65871708     0 70438549    
> 0     0znb3  1500  <Link#5>    00:c0:95:e6:18:57 70458183     0 65459305    
> 0     0fxp0  1500  <Link#6>    00:30:48:22:37:47 10971879     0  5205437    
> 0     0fxp0  1500  192.168.50.0- netmon-wa        8108175     -  5024400    
> -     -ppp0* 1500  <Link#7>                             0     0        0    
> 0     0sl0*  552   <Link#8>                             0     0        0    
> 0     0lo0   16384 <Link#9>                       3379750     0  3379750    
> 0     0lo0   16384 127           localhost        3309428     -  3309428    
> -     -
> Local system status:
>  3:01AM  up 47 days, 12:06, 2 users, load averages: 0.34, 0.13, 0.03
> 
> Mail in local queue:
> /var/spool/mqueue is empty
> 
> Security check:
>     (output mailed separately)
> 
> Checking for rejected mail hosts:
> 
> Checking for denied zone transfers (AXFR and IXFR):
> 
> Running /etc/daily.local:
> Parsing supfile "/etc/cvsupfile.ports"
> Cannot open "/etc/cvsupfile.ports": No such file or directory

-- 
see shy jo


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Hi,

the logwatch package implements this and was initially uploaded on 12 Nov 
2003 :-)


regards,
	Holger

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