Tag Archives: logs

Using SIW Portable

SIW (System Information for Windows) gathers information about system properties on a single computer and generates reports useful for software and hardware inventory, asset inventory, software license management, security audit, or server configuration management. It is proprietary but available at … Continue reading

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Firefox forensics

TODO: Finish this post. …

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Configuring Analog web reports

Analog shows you the usage patterns on your web server. …

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Diagnosing LAMP application problems

A few tips for diagnosing problems with your LAMP application.

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Reviewing Windows log files

Windows has a number of logs that are useful for troubleshooting or making sure that all is in order. …

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Reviewing /var/log/messages

The log /var/log/messages shows most system messages, and as such it is useful for debugging all sorts of problems. …

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Reviewing the Xorg.0.log

The Xorg.0.log shows the messages of the most recent start of the Xorg server, which provides graphics on most Linux systems. As such it is useful for debugging all sorts of graphics problems. Its messages can be cryptic to the … Continue reading

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Reviewing dmesg

Dmesg logs the messages of the most recent boot, and as such it is useful for debugging all sorts of problems. Its messages can be cryptic to the uninitiated, so this article documents those messages that stumped me and what … Continue reading

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