ModLogAn is a modular logfile analyzer that combines speed with flexibility. It parses the logfiles generated by several server-types (HTTP, FTP, mail, streaming, etc.) and other logfile sources (flow-tools, ipchains, PABXs): currently 24 parsers. It features incremental logfile processing and internal resolving, and is able the split (mass-hosting) and combine logfiles (clusters) internally. The output can be based on the internal template engine to generate your own look & feel.
|Tags||Internet Log Analysis|
Release Notes: The format handler for clf-data if the timestamp is negative has been fixed. A segfault in the output-modlogan plugin has been fixed.
Release Notes: The memory usage has been reduced by about 20%, and some debug output has been removed. Support for the %D option of Apache 2.x has been added.
Release Notes: The template engine has been improved for memory usage and speed, and the translations have been reworked. A new parser has been added for mod_log_sql and the ippl parser now has support for ipmod. Some minor bugs have been fixed and two segfault problems are now gone.
Release Notes: A IPPL processor has been added. Some smaller bugs which caused problems with broken input files which were damaged by a filesystem crash have been fixed.
Release Notes: Several smaller bugs which were added in 0.8.6 have been fixed, and a new parser for IP Protocol Logger has been added.