[Snort-users] unix time appended to snort log
mrvinci at ...131...
Fri Jan 10 10:59:07 EST 2003
Hmmm. I guess it sounds like it isn't possible to drop
the unix time being appended to the log files if I'm
using the -l and -L flags. I have multiple interfaces
and a specific naming scheme... Oh well, thanks!
--- "Gonzalez, Albert" <albert.gonzalez at ...7950...>
> If you want to just log to /var/log/snort/alert
> that is the default logging mechanism... so just
> drop -l and -L .....
> Alberto Gonzalez
> Intrusion Detection Systems - GSOC
> Security and Privacy Professional Services
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Steven Wo [mailto:mrvinci at ...131...]
> Sent: Wednesday, January 08, 2003 5:55 PM
> To: snort-users at lists.sourceforge.net
> Subject: [Snort-users] unix time appended to snort
> Hi guys,
> I am currently running snort 1.9.0 on the latest
> FreeBSD stable. Snort 1.9.0 outputs log files in the
> following format: name.unix time.
> For example: at the command line, I type "snort -i
> <interface> -l /var/log/snort/<interface> -L
> The log files will then be named
> Question: Is there a way to have snort NOT append
> log file with unix time? As it formally did in snort
> 1.8.6? If not, is this planned functionality?
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