Date parsed: 8/31/2001 12:21:28 AM
Date: Thu, 30 Aug 2001 23:21:28 +0200
did you also create a rule? If yes, make a backup of your configuration
(using SL4NT Manager) to a text file and send it to me. If not, create a
rule (don't specify any conditions, just associate the log-to-file action
with this rule.
"Jason J." <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I am having problems getting SL4NT 2.1 to generate any log files or
> recognize any syslog messages being sent to it. I have done the following
> a Compaq DL360 with 2 NICs. Machine is dedicated to this task. Half a gig
> memory, Raid 1 using 18GB drives, 1Ghz Processor running Windows 2000 with
> latest updates.
> Installed LS4NT with no errors, program starts and appears to run fine.
> Created an action to send all messages to a logfile directory that I
> on the D:\ drive.
> Started perfomrance monitor to watch the counter Messaeg Received under
> Syslog Service object and counter reads 0 through out the day with no
> increase in number of messages.
> Sent test messages using the Send Syslog Message command in MMC under the
> SL4NT object. Still no increase in counters nor any files benig created in
> the directory I specified.
> Went to a Cisco device and setup syslog'ing. Then unplugged one of the
> redundant power supplies. This will generate a syslog message every
> Still no increase in counters.
> Removed the SL4NT program entirely from system and installed another
> server. The new syslog server immediately started receiving the errors
> generated from my Cisco device.
> Removed second SYSLOG program and reinstalled SL4NT 2.1, again no problems
> or errors. Created an action to send messages to a log file. Still no file
> being created nor anything being shown in performance monitor.