logwatch 7.4.2-1ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu


logwatch (7.4.2-1ubuntu1) xenial; urgency=medium

  * Merge from Debian unstable (LP: #1552983). Remaining changes:
    - debian/control: depend on postfix rather than exim4.
    - debian/dist.conf/logfiles/maillog.conf: adjust for logrotation
    - Drop libsys-cpu-perl and libsys-meminfo-perl from Recommends to
      Suggests as they are in universe.

 -- Nishanth Aravamudan <email address hidden>  Fri, 04 Mar 2016 11:42:51 -0800

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logwatch_7.4.2-1ubuntu1.debian.tar.xz 18.6 KiB 8e5524149b72a15ae49d0eab6745c2837f9469d9b71e7f7b710e6b4ff494fb7b
logwatch_7.4.2-1ubuntu1.dsc 1.9 KiB e23b852f3bae771cd367d44df9fb1d53ba165dd7262c467d34e26735d7b863cb

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logwatch: log analyser with nice output written in Perl

 Logwatch is a modular log analyser that runs every night
 and mails you the results. It can also be run from command line.
 The output is by service and you can limit the output to one particular
 service. The subscripts which are responsible for the output, mostly
 convert the raw log lines in structured format.
 Logwatch generally ignores the time component in the output, that means,
 you will know that the reported event was logged in the requested range of
 time, but you will have to go to the raw log files to get the exact details.