Linux Log Monitoring ; Monitor, Alert on & Analyze Linux / Unix Log files the easy way ; Application Logs, Database logs, System Logs, Custom Logs, Any log file - Genenerate graphs automatically on all monitored logs - Trend any log file metric you desire - Utilize the versitility of LoGrobot to eliminate the tedious effort often required to configure log checks - Perform all log monitoring tasks with just one tool!
Some of the many labor saving capabilities and benefits of LoGrobot include:
Point logxray to ANY directory with just one check!
Avoid having to define separate checks for each log file
Specify the type of files to exclude / include in monitoring
Assign different thresholds for each file type
Allows passing of different thresholds to each pattern being monitored
Allows for the filtering of specific log entries to eliminate unnecessary noise
Monitor a log for a specific pattern. When that pattern is found, print X number of lines before the pattern and X number oflines after the pattern. If multiple patterns are found in the log, perform these instructions on each one of them.Watch
Monitor and alert on patterns, strings or keywords found in all logs in a specific directory. Avoid having to create different/separate logchecks for each file. Easily configure log monitoring checks on a large scale with very little effort.Watch
Log File Growth Monitoring - Monitor the growth of a log file to ensure the log is getting updates. Alert when the growth and/or growth rate of a monitored log is determined to be too slow, too fast or just stale.Watch
Monitor file size and alert if file size is greater than user specified thresholds. Generate notification alerts on logs. Monitor the size of log files of any application or database on Unix systems. Trend log file size (feature available). Works on Unix (Linux/AIX/SunOS/HP-UX/MacOS).Watch
Monitor and alert on the number of files in a specific directory. Generate notification alerts when the file count of a directory breaches user-specified thresholds. Tested on Unix (Linux/AIX/SunOS/HP-UX).Watch
Timestamp Monitor - Monitor the time stamp of single or multile logs / files on a Unix system. If the age of the file you're monitoring is older than a predetermined number of minutes, hours, days...Watch