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Looking for what people think are the best for doing web viewing of a centralized syslog server. I am open to using any syslog server also.


I actually went with GrayLog2

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splunk maybe need more characters – tony roth Mar 4 '11 at 23:09
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I'm using Loganalyzer with rsyslog, and it seems to work ok. The web frontend's a bit clunky, but does the job.

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I like Splunk myself, not cheap though.

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Not tried it, but logstash sounds like it will do what you want:

The license is New BSD.

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Logstash is also nice in combination with Graylog2. Logstash to collect and prepare events and logs, and Graylog2 to search through the collected logs. Logwatch can now be found at – Martijn Heemels Sep 4 '11 at 1:07

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