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       lwatch.conf   —  configuration  file for lwatch(1), syntax highlighting
       for syslog/syslog-ng file


       Default  configuration  file  for  lwatch  is   /etc/lwatch/lwatch.conf
       (built-in value), but you can specify another file with -C command line
       option. Read lwatch(1) for details.

       Everything from # (hash) to end of line is a comment.

   General options
       cfg_ver - this is obligatory variable and it  must  be  placed  as  the
       first  option in config file (note: although it is not enforced now, it
       shall be in next release of lwatch). This variable contains version  of
       configuration file syntax. Current manual describes version 1.

       date_color - default color of date part

       host_color - default color of hostname part

       serv_color - default color of service part

       mesg_color - default color of message part

       input_file  -  where  lwatch  is reading data from, built-in default is
       /var/lib/lwatch/syslog.fifo, could be  overwritten  with  command  line
       option -i

       output_file  -  where  lwatch  output colored data; built-in default is
       stdout (-), could be overwritten with command line option -o

       show_unparsed -  by  default  lwatch  ignores  lines  which  cannot  be
       splitted into date, host, service and message, set this variable to yes
       if you would like to see those lines; it is the same  as  command  line
       option -s

   Available colors
       To  specify  color you can use following strings: black red green brown
       blue magenta  cyan  lightgray  darkgray  brightred  brightgreen  yellow
       brightblue purple brightcyan white.

   Matching patterns
       There  The  True  Power  of Lwatch is hidden. You can match input lines
       against PCRE (Perl Compatible Regular  Expression)  and  change  output
       depends  on  matching.  You  can read more about PCRE in pcrepattern(3)
       (from libpcre) or in perlre(1) (from perl).

       There are two ways to define matching pattern/action. First one is  the
       simple one. Just pattern and one action:

       /regexp/      action

       The  second one is more complex, but it allows to specify more than one
       action or modificator with one pattern:

       /regexp/      {

       There is one important thing you should remember. There is no  need  to
       quote / (slash) if you use it inside regexp pattern. For example:

       //USR/SBIN/CRON/        {       # cron’s messages are not important
               color=blue              # display it in blue

       For  every  input  line  message  part  is  matched against all defined
       patterns, from top  to  bottom.  For  every  matched  pattern  attached
       actions are run until exit is specified (see below).

   Actions and modificators
       date_color - set date color

       mesg_color, color - set message color

       serv_color - set service name color

       host_color - set hostname color

       exit - do not match next patterns

       highlight - highlight matched string with given color

       ignore - ignore this pattern, do not match next patterns

       match_host - match hostname insted message

       match_service - match service name instead message


       Just look into provided lwatch.conf.


       This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
       under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published  by  the
       Free  Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your
       option) any later version.

       Regular expression support is provided by  the  PCRE  library  package,
       which  is  open source software, written by Philip Hazel, and copyright
       by the University of Cambridge, England. This library is available  at:


       lwatch(1), pcrepattern(3), perlre(1)