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Re: Log analyzers

you can also think about "webalizer". its good tool for generating the log
please check..http://webalizer.org/

with cheer,

On 6/14/06, Scott Ruckh <sruckh gemneye org> wrote:

This is what you said nilesh vaghela
> You want find any single application for all.
> Need different for apache , Mail and proxy.
> On 6/14/06, Allen K. Smith <lazlor bigboy lotaris org> wrote:
>> Might want to look at splunk as well. http://www.splunk.com/
>> -Allen
>> > Esquivel, Vicente wrote:
>> > > Hello all,
>> > >
>> > > I have looked at a few log analyzers but was wondering if anyone
>> any
>> > > suggestions for a good one.  I have looked at a product called
>> Sawmill
>> > > and also Analog(mainly for www).  I am wanting to analyze and
>> provide
>> > > charts/reports for my management on logs like mail(postfix),
>> > > etc...

I am using sawmill v7.2 for analyzing squid, dansguardian, and apache logs
(on CentOS 4.3 x86_64 server).  I am running postfix, but do not use
sawmill for monitoring its logs.  Sawmill does support many log formats
though I am not convinced it is the best analyzer around.  It is sufficent
for what I need, but I do not consider it enterprise ready, but that is
just my opinion.


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