At 10:51 AM 12/12/2003, Francisco Reyes wrote:
>On Fri, 12 Dec 2003, Bart Smit wrote:
> > On Fri, 12 Dec 2003, Francisco Reyes wrote:
> > > Recently found M0n0Wall and have been going over the archives looking for
> > > requirements. In particular space for logs.
> > By design, m0n0wall doesn't keep its logs. It only keeps a small tail to
> > aid in troubleshooting. If you want real logging, you should log to a
> > loghost in your LAN, using syslog. This is generally the preferred method
> > for firewalls anyway, for quite obvious reasons: if the firewall is
> > somehow compromised, the logs are still safe.
>Is there a setting in the menus for this?
Look under Diagnostics->System Logs->Settings
>On the other machine, a FreeBSD machine, what would need to be done to
>receive/accept the logs?
>Given that no logs are required should a 16MB card be enough then? any
>possibility the system will ever grow above 16MB.. 32MB cards are so close
>to the 16MBs that I am wondering if should get a 32MB card.
I have a 46MB Lexar in my Soekris net4501. It's overkill, the boot image
is a bit larger than 5MB. But (at least this week) CF cards are so cheap I
wouldn't worry about it.
Chad R. Larson (CRL22) chad at eldocomp dot com
Eldorado Computing, Inc. 602-604-3100
5353 North 16th Street, Suite 400
Phoenix, Arizona 85016-3228
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