Is there an operations change log?

howwhi

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Suffer another newbie question please. First problem we have is more than one (ahem) cook logging in under "admin." Our bad. I'll fix _that_ next week. Is there a log of user/date/IP source of who is clicking the pink bar to Apply Configuration Changes?

Thank you in advance.

Howard
 

dicko

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from bash:

grep "POST /admin/config.php HTTP/1.1" /var/log/httpd/ssl_access_log*


might be indicative (that's one line).

setting up different cooks will be even more so, add cook1 and cook2many give them all admin privileges, eliminate the admin login, blah blah blah

then

grep "POST /admin/config.php HTTP/1.1" /var/log/httpd/ssl_access_log*|awk '{print "At " $4$5 ", The Cook called " $3 " did something, maybe it was BAD!"}'|mail -s "Danger Will Robinson" someone@whocares.com

is more usable perhaps as a cron job
 

howwhi

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TNX dicko. Wonder how many windoze users we scared off by pulling out grep and awk?? :)

Howard
 

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nice solution dicko :)

At the moment we don't have this functionallity in the front end. Someone whant to do a front end for Dicko's idea?

Regards,

Rafael
 

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