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Im looking for a web based log viewer that can be deployed to a tomcat webserver. Does anyone know of any good web based log viewers

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Take a look at Splunk which satisfies your web-based log viewer criteria.

However, It is not a web app which can be deployed on Tomcat or any web server, but it runs as it's own web server at localhost:8000

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Like Splunk, as mentioned in another answer but free.. Graylog2

Seems to do most of the same kinds of thing, only without an epic pricetag.

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