tenshi 0.17 README Copyright (c) Andrea Barisani firstname.lastname@example.org
tenshi is a log monitoring program, designed to watch one or more log files for lines matching user defined regular expressions and report on the matches. The regular expressions are assigned to queues which have an alert interval and a list of mail recipients.
Please read the example
tenshi.8 man page for usage
tenshi was formerly known as wasabi. The name was changed to tenshi after we were informed that wasabi is a registered trademark relating to another piece of software.
It should be noted that tenshi was initially a perl rewrite of Oak (http://www.ktools.org).
To install tenshi, add a user and group named
tenshi. As root:
$ make install
Please read the manual before running tenshi to make sure you understand its
operation and that you satisfy the REQUIREMENTS section. Then edit the
/etc/tenshi/tenshi.conf according to your preferences.
Examples init scripts for OpenRC (Gentoo) and Debian are provided.
Consider the following settings in
set hidepid on set queue mail tenshi@localhost sysadmin@localhost [0 */12 * * *] set queue misc tenshi@localhost sysadmin@localhost [0 */24 * * *] set queue critical tenshi@localhost sysadmin@localhost [now] group ^ipop3d: mail ^ipop3d: Login user=(.+) mail ^ipop3d: Logout user=(.+) mail ^ipop3d: pop3s SSL service init from (.+) mail ^ipop3d: pop3 service init from (.+) mail ^ipop3d: Command stream end of file, while reading.+ mail ^ipop3d: Command stream end of file while reading.+ critical ^ipop3d: Login failed.+ trash ^ipop3d:.+ group_end critical ^sudo: (.+) : TTY=(.+) ; PWD=(.+) ; USER=root ; COMMAND=(.+) misc .*
Every ipop3d message not matched by the regexps assigned to the queue mail or critical will be matched by the queue trash (a builtin null queue), any other message will be matched by queue misc. Fields enclosed in (.+) are masked.
This is a sample report for the mail queue (sent every 12 hours):
host1: 79: ipop3d: Login user=___ 74: ipop3d: Logout user=___ host2: 30: ipop3d: Login user=___ 30: ipop3d: Logout user=___ 19: ipop3d: pop3 service init from ___ 12: ipop3d: pop3s SSL service init from ___ 1: ipop3d: Command stream end of file while reading line user=??? host=bogus.domain.net [192.168.0.1] 1: ipop3d: Command stream end of file, while reading authentication host=bogus1.domain.net [10.1.7.1]
These are sample reports for the critical queue (sent every time a message matches the regexp):
host1: 1: /usr/bin/sudo: ___ : TTY=___ ; PWD=___ ; USER=root ; COMMAND=/bin/dmesg host1: 1: /usr/bin/sudo: ___ : TTY=___ ; PWD=___ ; USER=root ; COMMAND=/bin/bash host2: 1: ipop3d: Login failed user=admin auth=admin host=bogus1.domain.net [10.1.7.1] host2: 1: ipop3d: Autologout user=??? host=bogus.domain.net [192.168.0.1]
tailimplementation, when using the logfile option.
The Net::SMTP perl module to mail reports, typically included in perl installations.
The IO::BufferedSelect perl module.
The Redis perl module, when using the redisqueue option.
Any missing module can be downloaded from CPAN (http://www.cpan.org) or
installed using the CPAN shell (
perl -e shell -MCPAN).
The tenshi repository is hosted at https://github.com/inversepath/tenshi
Please report any bugs you find at email@example.com.