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February 24, 2005, 5:53 pm
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In sshd_config set LogLevel to DEBUG3 and am now looking for the log
file ... in var\log I see 3 files: OpenSSHd.log (empty), wtmp and
lastlog. wtmp and lastlog are in a binary format (is there a tool to read)?
Apparently, OpenSSHd is stderr, not stdout. (correct?)
So, where is stdout?
Re: Where is the file that OpenSSH (Windows) uses for logging?
without any parmeters will display the binary data in ..\var\log\wtmp
To see stderr, start sshd from the command line (i.e. not as a system
service) and use the appropriate debugging flags (I think it is -ddd),
then use a command line redirection operator to direct stderr to a
for details on redirection)
You will want to invoke sshd as something like
sshd -ddd 2>C:\sshd_stderr_log
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