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SYSTEM ATTACK / SERVER LOGS

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by First Faze, Apr 22, 2002.

  1. First Faze

    First Faze Well-Known Member

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    The e-mail that WHM sends every day - Either system attack or server logs, whatever that email is called - Well, it's pretty big.. 10mb - 50mb sometimes... Is there any way to not send that and/or compress it or attach it? My outlook phreaks out loading an email that big, but doesn't mind when it's attached.
     
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  2. awsol

    awsol cPanel Test Bitch

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    I also agree with it being an attachment. The only thing is I don't even see why we receive this. I've yet to see anything helpful in it. I don't know though.
     
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    First Faze Well-Known Member

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    I agree :) I did find a trick though, if I don't plan on reading that e-mail... If I have an e-mail before and after it that I wan't to delete too... I click on the one above it, hold down shift and quickly scroll to the one below that large e-mail, and delete it quickly... Outlook never tries to open it and doesn't phreak out :)
     
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    Same here. That email is usually about 35-40 MB. I finally set up a cron to delete /var/log/messages and /var/log/maillog in the early AM hours before it is sent.
     
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    I wouldn't suggest deleting those files. Those can become very handy if a problem arises.
     
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    carperman Well-Known Member

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    ??? i don't even get this email!! should i be and if so what setting should i look at?
     
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