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We are looking for a open source logging system and found Graylog2 as one of the best one. Anybody having some experience in setting up?

Any blog post you got while installing. I have few but still afraid to mess up the things.

PS: Suggesions for other better solutions are most welcome.

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Yes, thankyou.. – Tom O'Connor Dec 20 '11 at 12:05
We've been using Graylog in production for about 3 months now. It took about a day to roll it out to a production-ready server, so I would not say it is difficult. – Goro Jul 4 '14 at 22:19

If you want to get an idea for what it's like to have your own production Graylog2 instance, try spinning up this Vagrant project:

It will boot an Ubuntu VM and install Graylog2 using instructions sent to Opsocde Chef, a systems integration tool.

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I succesfully deployed graylog2 on an ArchLinux box. I also created packages on AUR (an untrusted repository of user-provided packages, similar to ubuntu's PPAs):

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I am using Ubuntu :( – Mohit Jain Sep 27 '11 at 19:34
There are also Ubuntu/Debian packages for graylog2. See… – joschi Dec 17 '11 at 19:04

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