Epylog is a syslog parser which runs periodically, looks at your logs, processes some of the entries in order to present them in a more comprehensible format, and then mails you the output. It is written specifically for large network clusters where a lot of machines (around 50 and upwards) log to the same loghost using syslog or syslog-ng. It is an alternative to a similar package, called "logwatch."
The epylog engine should work on most unix systems running Python-2.2 and above, although currently the processing modules are only written to work with linux (and particularly Red Hat Linux series 7 and above). However, other unix and linux flavors should work fine, as long as they use standard logging facilities and things like PAM.
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