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Sunset Boulevard is a weird place to live. If we got worried and went for the bomb shelter every time we heard sirens, we wouldn t get a wink of sleep or any writing done, and you wouldn t be reading this book. To some extent, much of what could be considered worrisome simply becomes normal in a big city because of all of the white noise to which we re exposed. The same goes for log files. There is a lot of information in your log files, and not everything is important. This can be overwhelming for anyone, even the most senior systems administrator. We ll now cover some of the items to be on the lookout for when reviewing your logs and some of the ways to reduce the amount of white noise in the logs. One way to do this is by using keywords. The words failed, error, and incorrect are usually important to look out for. Read the content surrounding these for more information, or use an automated analysis tool. Sorting through a log file can also be automated by using a log analyzer to help keep track of events on user systems. One of these is LogPile, which is a utility that can make analyzing your log files easier. Another option is the open source product Swatch, which has been used by Unix systems administrators for a long time and has now been ported to Mac OS X.
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It s hard to imagine that discussing the methods that Windows uses to log events would ever factor into a book about the Mac. Who knew ten years ago that two competing technologies would ever converge But converging they are. And if your computer is running either Parallels or Bootcamp with Windows, then security is going to be one of your top concerns. As we ve discussed throughout this chapter, logs can give you a wealth of information about how secure your system is. Windows has its own tools that can help you to secure a Windows environment on the Mac.
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The Event Viewer is similar to the Console application on a Mac. It provides an administrator with one place to go to find information about service-oriented errors on the system itself. The Event Viewer is split into three parts (see Figure 6-5) in Windows Vista. Windows XP and Server have more items to view, but for the sake of discussion in this book, we will concentrate on Windows Vista because it is what most Mac users are likely to be running: Application Logs contains events that are logged by programs. This includes database, Microsoft Exchange, and other applications that write data into logs that are not part of the core operating system. Security Audit contains information about security events that have occurred when logging onto the computer. If you have enabled audit trails on file access, then this can be a verbose log. Otherwise, it is usually a very small log. Look out for anything with the word failure in the log because this can signify a failure with a security process. System Logs shows you the events that get logged by the operating system. This includes drivers and other system components that could produce an error.
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Figure 6-5. Event Viewer There is a plethora of Microsoft event IDs in the Event Viewer. Microsoft has made it fairly simple to sift through these event IDs to find the errors by using color-coding. Blue means no action is necessary, yellow indicates that an item should at least be looked at, and red indicates a failure. By researching the contents of each of these entries, you will get a good handle on what Windows is having any problems with, including many events directly related to the security of your system. Although it may seem daunting at first, you should know what every warning and error message means. The Microsoft Web site is a good place to research information about these events.
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