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From yugen <yu...@alum.mit.edu>
Subject RE: GUI tool for viewing log files?
Date Mon, 21 Jan 2002 20:40:20 GMT
Thanks -- it looks like LogFactor5 has post-processing 
capability.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gunter Sammet [mailto:Gunter@sammet.net]
> Sent: Monday, January 21, 2002 2:26 PM
> To: 'Log4J Users List'
> Subject: RE: GUI tool for viewing log files?
> 
> 
> Check
> 
> http://jakarta.apache.org/log4j/docs/download.html
> 
> There are some Third Party (commercial and free) products 
> listed there.
> HTH
> 
> Gunter
> 
> :-) -----Original Message-----
> :-) From: Jeff Linwood [mailto:jeff@greenninja.com]
> :-) Sent: Monday, January 21, 2002 1:18 PM
> :-) To: Log4J Users List; yugen
> :-) Subject: Re: GUI tool for viewing log files?
> :-)
> :-)
> :-) Hi,
> :-)
> :-) I know this probably isn't what you're looking for, 
but you
> :-) could use the
> :-) JDBCAppender (I prefer Kevin Steppe's) to log to a
> :-) database, and then use
> :-) your existing database tools to filter and query - for
> :-) instance MS Access or
> :-) the equivalent for KDE/Linux.
> :-)
> :-) But if this is an existing log4j log, maybe you could 
try
> :-) importing your
> :-) text log file into a spreadsheet - you can have it 
break up
> :-) your text file
> :-) into delimited columns based on  spaces or tabs.  I 
just
> :-) tried this with my
> :-) log4j log and Excel, and it worked out ok. I don't 
really
> :-) know much about
> :-) sorting and filtering with Excel, except for you can 
do it :)
> :-)
> :-) jeff
> :-) ----- Original Message -----
> :-) From: "yugen" <yugen@alum.mit.edu>
> :-) To: <log4j-user@jakarta.apache.org>
> :-) Sent: Monday, January 21, 2002 1:13 PM
> :-) Subject: GUI tool for viewing log files?
> :-)
> :-)
> :-) > Hi, I'm looking for a tool to view an existing 
log4j log
> :-) > file (as opposed to displaying the log data in real-
time).
> :-) > Specifically, I'd like to review a security audit 
log and
> :-) > be able to filter for specific kinds of log entries 
(failed
> :-) > login, privilege changes, etc.).
> :-) >
> :-) > I guess I could write a small app to read in my log 
file
> :-) > line-by-line, and then send each entry to a 
listening
> :-) > socket appender where it could be displayed by a 
tool like
> :-) > Lumbermill ( http://traxel.com/lumbermill ).
> :-) >
> :-) > I saw a similar post in the archives ( 
http://www.mail-
> :-) > archive.com/log4j-user%
40jakarta.apache.org/msg03427.html )
> :-) > but didn't see a response.
> :-) >
> :-) > Any help is appreciated.
> :-) >
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