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Re: Question about logWatch



So are you saying it is what tomcat is putting in its logs?

what i am confused about is what log files does logwatch look at ? /var/logs

my logwatch.conf is empty

I have three boxes with the same version of tomcat, but the other two
boxes are rh9 and i am not getting these messages

Thanks

On 2/15/06, David Cary Hart <Fedora tqmcube com> wrote:
> On Wed, 15 Feb 2006 08:43:15 -0600
> Randy Paries <rtparies gmail com> opined:
> > Hello,
> > hopefully someone can just kind of point me in the right direction.
> >
> > Not sure where to even start looking
> >
> > I have just built a fedora 4 box.
> >
> > It has apache and tomcat running on it
> >
> > In the log file, every call to the tomcat application server is
> > considered a probe
> >
> > so my logwatch is filled with all the ips that have talked to my
> > tomcat server as a server that is trying to prob my box.
> >
> > I would assume it has something to do with setting something in /etc/logwatch/
> >
> More likely a tomcat setting.
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