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Last version : 0.2 / 02 07 2004
DOG is an SMTP "watchdog" tool to track configuration files changes remotely.
As an example DOG will be launched by cron everyday to supervise changes in several configuration files. If DOG detects that a file was changed, it will send an email to 1 or more recipients. The mail will handle the new file and timestamp information. The file will be saved for changelog tracking.
DOG simply calculate MD5 hashes to detect changes.
Usage : dog [-o firstname.lastname@example.org ] [ -t email@example.com ] [-s server] [-f file]
-o : sender email address (mandatory)
-t : destinator X email address (any)
-s : SMTP server IP address (mandatory)
-f : file X to check (any)
To supervise :
Command line should be :
dog -o firstname.lastname@example.org \
-t email@example.com \
-t firstname.lastname@example.org \
-s 192.168.1.200 \
-f /var/named/mydomain.zone \
DOG can be downloaded HERE.
DOG needs the following perl modules (included in install tarball) :
Digest-Perl-MD5 - http://search.cpan.org/~delta/Digest-Perl-MD5-1.6/
Mail-Sendmail - http://search.cpan.org/~mivkovic/Mail-Sendmail-0.79/
MIME-Base64? - http://search.cpan.org/~gaas/MIME-Base64-3.01/
Just unpack and run "make" in the "dog" directory
("make uninstall" to uninstall ;))
Jean-Philippe Guillemin - jpgu~AT~users.sourceforge.net
Copyright Jean-Philippe Guillemin.
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