Andy Bakun abakun at reac.com
Thu Feb 4 16:10:56 GMT 1999

I'm working on an auditing patch to samba, which may provide the
functionality you are looking for.  It currently interfaces with syslog to
log various actions, and you could parse the output file and insert it into
your database.

More information, including a patch against 2.0.0beta5 (I think it should
apply okay to 2.0.0 production, but let me know if it doesn't) is available


It is still beta, and there are numerous things I want to change about it,
but I've been using it in my production environment for about 4 months with
no problems.

Thomas Reifferscheid wrote:

> Is there a logfile analyzer for the nmb logfile and the smb logfile ?
> All i need to know is which users logs on how often, when and on what
> PC, preferable entering this information in our mysql-db.
> The other thing that would make my life easier is, who has access how
> often to what files on a dedicated share.
> Has anyone expierince with that ? Did anyone try to modify an
> apache-logfile analyzer ?
> It would be very nice to hear _your_ thoughts about this !!
> Every service should have a graphical analyzer of its logfiles!

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