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Log.io - Multi server real-time log monitoring

AdamAdam Member
edited November 2011 in General

Found this earlier today and thought you guys might appreciate it ;)

URL:
http://logio.org/

DEMO:
http://logio.org:8998/

To Mike: Yes I put my links in a code box, I've done this for years. Deal with it.

Thanked by 2NickM trelawney

Comments

  • birdie25birdie25 Member
    edited November 2011

    Proud member of the VPS Collectors Club

  • @birdie25 The link I gave is to view log files. So say you have 5 servers with nginx installed. Instead of having to log into each one to view the access/error logs, you can just go to the webgui and look at all of them.
    (Or say you have custom log files for a web app that you run via a geoDNS setup. This way you can view those log files in one place).

  • NickMNickM Member
    edited November 2011

    This looks pretty nice.... I know what I'm doing tonight - adding this to my monitoring setup

    Thanks :)

  • @Adam said: To Mike: Yes I put my links in a code box, I've done this for years. Deal with it.

    Actually I was just curious as to why folks were doing it. On some of the cough file sharing forums I visit back in the days before I discovered um torrenting, doing code boxes was required. I had wondered if folks were just carrying that over as doing so was worthless as the links are still created. Putting links in code or pre tags usually disables the link but no so here.

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