Provided by: log2mail_0.3.0-2_i386
log2mail.conf describes the configuration file options for log2mail(8).
Every line consists of a key word, most of them followed by a ’=’ and a
value. You may have as many spaces (no tabs) before or at the end of
the lines. Values ending or starting with a space must be enclosed in
"". Comment lines start with a hash (#).
log2mail either reads all files in a given directory or one specified
configuration file. You may include any number of files using:
include = filename
You can specify default values in a
section. There you may specify values for fromaddr, sendtime,
resendtime, maxlines, template and sendmail (description see below).
For every logfile you specify a file section:
file = filename
For every pattern you specify a pattern option (belonging to a log
pattern = yourpattern
You may specify one or more pattern for every log file.
For every pattern you may specify one or more mail address:
mailto = address
Replace filename, yourpattern, address with the filename of the log
file, your pattern you want to match and your mail address.
fromaddr = FROM
log2mail gives FROM as sender address to sendmail.
sendtime = TIME
log2mail waits TIME seconds before sending a message after a
pattern has been matched for the first time.
resendtime = TIME
log2mail waits TIME seconds before sending a message a second
maxlines = NUMBER
Each message should not contain more than NUMBER lines of
logfile entries. If maxlines is set to 0, a message will
contain all the lines that matched since the last message was
template = FILENAME
Tells log2mail that it will find the template for the message in
FILENAME See below for escape sequences.
sendmail = EXECUTABLE ARGUMENTS
Tells log2mail to call EXECTUABLE ARGUMENTS instead of sendmail
log2mail message templates
The following escape sequences will be replaced:
%f Sender address as specified with FromAdr
%n how often the pattern has been matched since the last message
has been sent
%l the last lines ( MaxMsgLines )
%t At this place the recipient address will be inserted.
%m the pattern matched
%F the name of the logfile
%h the hostname of this machine
one or more message template files
Michael Krax <email@example.com>
regex (7), log2mail (8)