markham at ssimicro.com
Mon Aug 7 15:09:03 UTC 2017
If all you want to do is collect the logs and you are fine with the CLI,
there is no reason you can't do this with BSD syslog.
Depending on how you want to organize your logs, you may want to look at
rsyslog or syslog-ng for some more powerful filtering rules.
Splunk is so much more than just a fancy graphical interface though!
On 2017-08-06 11:39 PM, Aleksandr Miroslav wrote:
> I'm looking for a mechanism to collect and store all logs into a
> centralized location. I'm not looking for a fancy graphical interface
> (a la Splunk) to search those logs just yet, just collecting them on a
> centralized server is fine for the moment.
> Is there something available in ports/base that I can use for this
> purpose? I took a quick look at ELK, it seems overly complicated, but
> iIve never used it.
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