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When creating a filter for log monitoring it can sometimes be useful to test these by sending your own log messages.
In this short how-to we will use the command line utility logger (not to be confused with the Logger feature in op5 Monitor),
to create our own syslog messages and send them to our op5 Monitor server.
- Shell access to a Linux system
- Remote logging configured - read this manual page for more information
- The logger command line utility
A typical logger command looks something like this:
When the command above is executed it should result in something like this in the "Log messages" view: