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Normally most people will use for apache logging the combined Log Format, and will not even think there will be other possible additions to that.

This normally looks like: and it contains most of the information we would like to see in the logs.

First of all, in the lab I had a Palo Alto producing logs.What I wanted to do was to alert if someone tried to log on to it and produced a failed login.# Please refer to the General Public Licence or ################################################################################ # Which version of mod_perl we are using # For mod_perl 1.999_21, replace VERSION_MP by 2 Perl Set Env OCS_MODPERL_VERSION 1 # Where to write detailled logs Perl Set Env OCS_LOGPATH "/var/log/ocsinventory-NG" # Database options # Replace DATABASE_SERVER by hostname or ip of My SQL server, generally localhost Perl Set Env OCS_DB_HOST localhost # Replace DATABASE_PORT by port where running My SQL server, generally 3306 Perl Set Env OCS_DB_PORT 3306 # Name of database Perl Set Env OCS_DB_NAME ocsweb Perl Set Env OCS_DB_LOCAL ocsweb # User allowed to connect to database Perl Set Env OCS_DB_USER ocs # Password for user Perl Set Var OCS_DB_PWD ocs # The options below are overloaded if you are using ocs GUI # Be careful: you must restart apache to have any effects Perl Set Env OCS_OPT_FREQUENCY 0 Perl Set Env OCS_OPT_PROLOG_FREQ 24 Perl Set Env OCS_OPT_DEPLOY 1 Perl Set Env OCS_OPT_TRACE_DELETED 0 Perl Set Env OCS_OPT_AUTO_DUPLICATE_LVL 7 Perl Set Env OCS_OPT_LOGLEVEL 0 Perl Set Env OCS_OPT_INVENTORY_DIFF 1 Perl Set Env OCS_OPT_INVENTORY_TRANSACTION 1 Perl Set Env OCS_OPT_PROXY_REVALIDATE_DELAY 3600 # Optional modules Perl Set Env OCS_OPT_IPDISCOVER 2 Perl Set Env OCS_OPT_IPDISCOVER_MAX_ALIVE 7 Perl Set Env OCS_OPT_IPDISCOVER_LATENCY 100 Perl Set Env OCS_OPT_REGISTRY 0 Perl Set Env OCS_OPT_UPDATE 0 Perl Set Env OCS_OPT_DOWNLOAD 0 Perl Set Env OCS_OPT_DOWNLOAD_FRAG_LATENCY 10 Perl Set Env OCS_OPT_DOWNLOAD_CYCLE_LATENCY 0 Perl Set Env OCS_OPT_DOWNLOAD_PERIOD_LATENCY 0 Perl Set Env OCS_OPT_DOWNLOAD_TIMEOUT 30 Perl Set Env OCS_OPT_WEB_SERVICE_ENABLED 0 ############ DO NOT MODIFY BELOW !####################### # External modules Perl Module Apache:: DBI Perl Module Compress:: Zlib Perl Module XML:: Simple # Ocs Perl Module Apache:: Ocsinventory Perl Module Apache:: Ocsinventory:: Server:: Constants Perl Module Apache:: Ocsinventory:: Server:: System Perl Module Apache:: Ocsinventory:: Server:: Communication Perl Module Apache:: Ocsinventory:: Server:: Inventory Perl Module Apache:: Ocsinventory:: Server:: Duplicate # Options Perl Module Apache:: Ocsinventory:: Server:: Option:: Registry Perl Module Apache:: Ocsinventory:: Server:: Option:: Update Perl Module Apache:: Ocsinventory:: Server:: Option:: Ipdiscover Perl Module Apache:: Ocsinventory:: Server:: Option:: Download # This module guides you through the module creation # Perl Module Apache:: Ocsinventory:: Server:: Option:: Example # This module adds some rules to filter some request sent to ocs server in the prolog and inventory stages # Perl Module Apache:: Ocsinventory:: Server:: Option:: Filter # Virtual directory for handling OCS Inventory NG agents communications # Be carefull, do not create such directory into your web server root document !We just have to add %T and we will have the time taken to serve the request, in seconds! Unfortunately the fact that this is represented in seconds will not be very useful for most peoples, as we will aim to serve most of the requests in less than ONE second. I had the php sample page shown above, generated in 0.0847 seconds, while in the logs it will show 0.095491 and this because it was a small page and the connection fast.

Apache 2 introduced a new log value %D (not available on apache 1.3) that is logging the time spent to serve the request but in microseconds (10-6) instead of seconds. Basically you will add extra the time to establish a tcp connection and to transfer the data from the server to the client. Even if you will not develop a complex statistics based on it, it can be a quick overview to see if you are serving the pages fast, or most of your clients get the pages very slow.Considering that we are running apache2.0.x we can add to the logging format: %T/%D and this will effectively show us both values, with a quick look on the seconds (%T) and then with the real number in microseconds (10-6). Hi there, Setting up ELK (Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana) is real easy (Follow the guide here https://In Palo Alto this is reported under the “Virtual System” and the category “auth-fail”.More information about the fields can be found here: .In Debian/Ubuntu like systems, be sure to have installed libpcre3 and libpcre3-dev packages before install PECL_ZIP.