Re: Log-File Monitor.

1998-09-15 15:23:50
Subject: Re: Log-File Monitor.
From: Cheryl Krupczak <cheryl AT EMPIRETECH DOT COM>
To: nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com
Date: Tue, 15 Sep 1998 15:23:50 -0400
>Does anyone know of a log-file monitor that will monitor a file, and
>send an snmp trap when a string or expression is found in a file
>(or number of files).  I'm interested in an NT-based utility.

 Yes.  The Empire SystemEDGE agent includes this capability.
 In addition to the SNMP trap, you can also specify an action
 for the agent to automatically perform when a match is found.
 SystemEDGE is a SNMP agent and is available for NT as well as
 most popular UNIX flavors.

>Also... is there anything like this available for the NT event-log?

 Yes. SystemEDGE lets you filter NT events and forward them as
 SNMP traps. (Windows NT event types include error, warning,
 information, success, failure)

 You can get a free evaluation of SystemEDGE from Empire's
 web site.  www.empiretech.com

 - cheryl

>Gary Boyles, Intel              gary.p.boyles AT intel DOT com

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