I'm trying to match filenames for a fail2ban jail - so I need to use filename globbing only - not regexes or bash scripting.
/var/log/apache2 directory contains files including:
example.com.error.log db.example.com.error.log app1.example.com.error.log app2.example.com.error.log
I'm trying to create a glob to match all files ending in
db.example.error.log - is this possible?
!(db)*.error.log but this still matches
db.example.com.error.log. I'm guessing the
!() is matching no characters, allowing the
* to match from the beginning of the filename.
Note: I don't want to have to extend the glob when new
appX logfiles are added, so I can't use
@() with the list of currently-known non-db filenames.
(Background: I want to create a filter banning anyone requesting any phpMyAdmin URLs on any domain except db.example.com)