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Old 04-17-2006, 04:39 AM   #1
jsosic
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Angry Removing noise from Tiger?


Hi to all!

I've been using Tiger for a week now. I've read most of the documentation, googled and searched forums, but still no answer. My problem is: tiger generates too much noise... For example, it reports every 6 (or less, not sure, gotta peek into /etc/tiger/tigerrc) hours listener services, and offcourse, they are same all the time. Is there a way to remove this unnecesarry noise?

I've read in the manual to place enteries into /etc/tiger/templates/, and I've dumped that listener services report there, but it still reports it I've switched off "Tiger_Cron_CheckPrev=N", and turned on "Tiger_Cron_Template=Y", but still no effect. Point is, I don't want tiger to report me about changes to previous states, but diffs with templates I set manually.

For example, here is my current /etc/tiger/templates/check_listeningprocs
Code:
--WARN-- [lin003w] The process `Xtightvnc' is listening on socket 5901 (TCP on every interface) is run by jsosic. 
--WARN-- [lin003w] The process `Xtightvnc' is listening on socket 6001 (TCP on every interface) is run by jsosic. 
--WARN-- [lin003w] The process `amavisd-new' is listening on socket 10024 (TCP on loopback interface) is run by amavis. 
--WARN-- [lin002i] The process `apache2' is listening on socket 80 (TCP) on every interface. 
--WARN-- [lin003w] The process `apache2' is listening on socket 80 (TCP on every interface) is run by www-data. 
--WARN-- [lin003w] The process `btdownloadcurse' is listening on socket 6003 (TCP on every interface) is run by jsosic. 
--WARN-- [lin002i] The process `cupsd' is listening on socket 631 (TCP) on every interface. 
--WARN-- [lin002i] The process `cupsd' is listening on socket 631 (UDP) on every interface. 
--WARN-- [lin002i] The process `dhcpcd-bin' is listening on socket 68 (UDP) on every interface. 
--WARN-- [lin002i] The process `dhcpd3' is listening on socket 67 (UDP) on every interface. 
--WARN-- [lin002i] The process `dovecot' is listening on socket 993 (TCP) on every interface. 
--WARN-- [lin003w] The process `gkrellmd' is listening on socket 19150 (TCP on every interface) is run by gkrellmd. 
--WARN-- [lin003w] The process `imap-login' is listening on socket 993 (TCP on every interface) is run by dovecot. 
--WARN-- [lin002i] The process `inetd' is listening on socket 113 (TCP) on every interface. 
--WARN-- [lin003w] The process `innd' is listening on socket 119 (TCP on every interface) is run by news. 
--WARN-- [lin002i] The process `master' is listening on socket 25 (TCP) on every interface. 
--WARN-- [lin003w] The process `named' is listening on socket 53 (TCP on loopback interface) is run by bind. 
--WARN-- [lin003w] The process `named' is listening on socket 953 (TCP on loopback interface) is run by bind. 
--WARN-- [lin003w] The process `named' is listening on socket 53 (TCP on 192.168.1.129 interface) is run by bind. 
--WARN-- [lin003w] The process `named' is listening on socket 53 (TCP on 192.168.1.1 interface) is run by bind. 
--WARN-- [lin003w] The process `named' is listening on socket 53 (TCP on 217.198.100.152 interface) is run by bind. 
--WARN-- [lin003w] The process `named' is listening on socket 35185 (UDP on every interface) is run by bind. 
--WARN-- [lin003w] The process `named' is listening on socket 53 (UDP on loopback interface) is run by bind. 
--WARN-- [lin003w] The process `named' is listening on socket 53 (UDP on 192.168.1.129 interface) is run by bind. 
--WARN-- [lin003w] The process `named' is listening on socket 53 (UDP on 192.168.1.1 interface) is run by bind. 
--WARN-- [lin003w] The process `named' is listening on socket 53 (UDP on 217.198.100.152 interface) is run by bind. 
--WARN-- [lin002i] The process `ntpd' is listening on socket 123 (UDP) on every interface. 
--WARN-- [lin003w] The process `portmap' is listening on socket 111 (TCP on every interface) is run by daemon. 
--WARN-- [lin003w] The process `portmap' is listening on socket 111 (UDP on every interface) is run by daemon. 
--WARN-- [lin003w] The process `proftpd' is listening on socket 21 (TCP on every interface) is run by nobody. 
--WARN-- [lin002i] The process `rpc.mountd' is listening on socket 703 (TCP) on every interface. 
--WARN-- [lin002i] The process `rpc.mountd' is listening on socket 700 (UDP) on every interface. 
--WARN-- [lin002i] The process `rsync' is listening on socket 873 (TCP) on every interface. 
--WARN-- [lin003w] The process `squid' is listening on socket 8080 (TCP on every interface) is run by proxy. 
--WARN-- [lin003w] The process `squid' is listening on socket 3130 (UDP on every interface) is run by proxy. 
--WARN-- [lin003w] The process `squid' is listening on socket 35043 (UDP on every interface) is run by proxy. 
--WARN-- [lin002i] The process `sshd' is listening on socket 22 (TCP) on every interface.
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but still, I get the same report on and on, few times a day...

Can someone pinpoint me where am I doing wrong?
 
Old 04-18-2006, 02:24 PM   #2
jsosic
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Well, I've found it out myself

If you want tiger to difflog it's logs with templates and not last logs, you have to copy one of it's old log from /var/log/tiger to /etc/tiger/templates, and its name should be "check_[nameoftest].out.template". Now it works flawlessly
 
  


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