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On most networks, log files represent a largely untapped wealth of diagnostic information from a variety of sources: data/device access logs, intrusion warnings, user lockouts, kernel panics, hardware complaints, and application errors.
It can constantly log and analyze data from multiple consoles to detect critical events that would be otherwise lost, such as BIOS messages, system reboot messages and kernel panics.

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