[Reconnoiter-users] Log file collecting
brian at moonspot.net
Sun Mar 27 18:21:26 EDT 2011
And you could always home roll with Gearman which is what we do.
On 3/27/11 1:03 PM, Paul Nendick wrote:
> I'm going to add to Theo's list:
> - Graylog2 http://www.graylog2.org/
> - Splunk http://www.splunk.com/syslog
> - Loggly http://www.loggly.com/
> It's an interesting problem domain this one.
> On Sun, Mar 27, 2011 at 6:34 PM, Theo Schlossnagle<jesus at omniti.com> wrote:
>> reconnoiter is certainly not designed to aggregate logs. A few
>> technologies that are specifically designed for this:
>> To me Flume shows tremendous promise, but when I tried it recently it
>> clearly wasn't yet useful (for me at least)
>> 2011/3/23 Juraj Michalak<juraj.michalak at gmail.com>:
>>> I'm novice in monitoring systems field. According to performance benefits of
>>> Reconnoiter I made my decision to use it. I have basic testing setup working
>>> (trunk version).
>>> I can see that all collected data are very short and descriptive. I'll use a
>>> lot of modules to monitor my cluster, but additionally I want also to get
>>> log files from monitored nodes (server) into some central place, where those
>>> log files can be accessed (if needed) and analyzed.
>>> I've gone thru mailing list archive and found just thread about "Multi-line
>>> statuses with Lua noitd checks?", and I understand that Reconnoiter is not
>>> usable for collecting log messages.
>>> Could you possibly help me and recommend me some tool/sw which can be
>>> efficiently used for log files collecting?
>>> I would be very thankful.
>>> Best Regards,
>>> Juraj Michalak
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>>> Reconnoiter-users at lists.omniti.com
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