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From mikevan <mvangeert...@comcast.net>
Subject Re: [Discussion] Apache Karaf projects for Google Summer of Code 2012
Date Fri, 17 Feb 2012 02:24:00 GMT
I have an idea, use Pig from within the console and web-console to search the
static log files.

Currently the log: commands work against a in-memory store of logging events
and not against the actual log files.  This works very nicely and quickly,
except if Karaf is shut down for any reason. In operational scenarios where
Karaf is halted, it becomes difficult to use the console or the webconsole
to perform root-causes analysis with the static log files.  Pig is a utility
from the Hadoop community that is used to pull data from local files and
also from MapReduce. It has some very nice filtering and sorting
capabilities that would allow it to be fairly simple to analyze static log
files from either the karaf console or the webconsole.

Mike Van  (All links open in new tabs)
Committer - Kalumet 

Atraxia Technologies 

Mike Van's Open Source Technologies Blog 
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