On 9/11/15 3:25 AM, Jakub Hrozek wrote:
Ok. Thank you. I had stated that the logs are indeed being populated
On Thu, Sep 10, 2015 at 08:05:16AM -0700, Janelle wrote:
On 9/10/15 7:55 AM, Martin Kosek wrote:
On 09/09/2015 09:50 PM, Janelle wrote:
I was wondering if anyone has played with thee extended logging of IPA and
specifically SSSD and the kibana dashboards they put together.
I can't seem to get "clients" to send the login info
(https://www.freeipa.org/images/6/65/Rek-user-logins.png) , even though I see
the data in the logs, and was wondering if anyone has any tips?
Thanks for feedback, I am CCing Peter Schiffer and Jakub Hrozek who were
involved more in the client parts.
What did you run for configuring the client? ipa-log-config from
Yes, I did run the log config tool. It works flawlessly on the IPA servers,
but although it claims it sets everything up on clients, I am seeing no
actual data, even though, there is data in the logs themselves.. So I am
busy trying to debug where rsyslog is missing something. I am more of a
syslog-ng person, so I am having to learn all the bits and pieces of
rsyslog, and perhaps I am missing something.
To further help -- I have tried 2 methods of a client. One with a client
that was "enrolled" via standard ipa-client-install, and another LDAP-only
client, still using SSSD but only configured with LDAP settings for Auth.
I would suggest to debug step by step -- are the sssd debug logs being
generated? Are they being collected by rsyslog? etc..
I guess it is something with the rsyslog config being set by the tool. I
will try and debug that. The odd thing is, the settings are the same on
the IPA server, and it logs correct, but not on clients. Oh well, back
to the drawing board.
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