I know this could end up as a thread for potential improvements to the report, but may I just say that my hats off to the person that setup this report to be simple and an excellent overview for my new Miab instance! I’ve zz’d out specific users. Great job to those that have come before me! ~ your work matters!
My nice simple UX log below
Scanning logs from 2019-08-05 03:00:02 to 2019-08-12 03:00:02
17942 Log lines scanned, 8929 lines parsed in 0.50 seconds
Interesting and yes, I’d love a deeper dive into something with more detail (I’d like to know more about pflogsumm) but also feel sometimes it’s the simplicity of a basic overview that confirms things are on or off track that strikes the right balance. Using Miab for a smaller domain (2 months now) and I’ve had a positive experience on many levels and just want to put some positivity out here to all those involved in addition to the ideas for improvement.
@Sjoerd Any other steps - I’d like to try this > can you recommend a how-to I could follow.
Does it send an email report also?
Also more on the security than operational front, I wonder if anyone is using something like logwatch https://linux.die.net/man/8/logwatch for notifications also that give us that feeling that everything is under control
Note, that I left off the smtpd-stats as those stats are not really useful to me.
Personally, rather than changing the MiaB script, I added a cron job. I have webmin installed on my MiaB servers and added the cron job via webmin so I cannot really give any guidance on how to add a cron job via the command line.