Ah cool.

I have one last question: PSAD isn't starting automatically on system startup (even though the startup script exists in /etc/init.d/psad). I have it installed on 2 different server boxes and the issue exists on both. The OS's are Ubuntu Server 14.04 LTS and PSAD 2.2.3 was compiled from source.


I tried adding Ubuntu style startup parameters to the /etc/init.d/psad file (see below), but it didn't fix it.

   ### BEGIN INIT INFO
   # Provides:          psad
   # Required-Start:    $network
   # Required-Stop:     $network
   # Default-Start:     2 3 4 5
   # Default-Stop:      0 1 6
   # X-Start-Before:    $syslog
   # Short-Description: PSAD (psad)
   # Description:       PSAD (psad) init script
   ### END INIT INFO


Any idea how i can fix this?
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