Monitor Logs w/ LoGRobot

( Linux (all flavors), HP-UX, AIX, SunOS )

ADVANCED, DETAILED LOG MONITORING & ALERTING FOR UNIX SYSTEMS. Works on all log files regardless of Log Type, Log Format or Log Size - Built to handle all log monitoring Requirements - No matter how complex!

Get Detailed Information on All Monitored logs with logXray

Scan, Alert, Report, Analyze, Graph - Monitor logs Efficiently!

  

Functionality / Specialty:

Simplifies All Log Monitoring Tasks, Specializes mainly on the Monitoring of UNIX Log Files; Alerts directly off User-Specified Conditions and/or Automatically Identified Anomalies - Requires NO changes to your systems; Has NO Library/Module dependencies!

logXray

Scanning & Monitoring Unix / Linux Log Files ; Monitor Logs, Analyze - Check Application Logs, Database Logs, System Logs, Custom Logs...Any Log file - Create Excel Reports on Past Log Alerts:  No matter the complexity of your log monitoring requirement(s), LogRobot can be trusted to handle it with convenient ease.  Each one of the NAGIOS screenshots on this page show the different ways LogRobot can be used to monitor log files quickly and easily on hundreds and even thousands of hosts.  If you do not have NAGIOS installed in your UNIX environment, no need to panic. NAGIOS can be automatically installed for you (if you want it to be) OR you can schedule LogRobot to run either as a Standalone or with other Monitoring Applications.  Alert notifications on all configured log checks can be sent in whichever fashion fits your needs (emails, traps, etc).

Download the Trial / Free Version of LogRoBot

Monitor, Graph, Report, Analyze & Alert On All Log Files On Any UNIX Host:

Java, HTTP, Apache, Tomcat;catalina.out, Splunk, Mysql, Oracle, Postfix, Log4j, Mail, Weblogic, Glassfish, System Logs,

What We Do:  LogRobot / logXray provides Reliable, Efficient and Convenient ways of monitoring logs (with or without Nagios) on UNIX Systems. It ensures Prompt and Accurate notifications on all active log checks and grants users the ability to generate professional excel spreadsheets / reports on past log related events. Additionally, logrobot (alternatively known as logXray) can be configured to fire off notifications whenever anomalies are detected in monitored logs and automatically generates graphs for every measurable log related metric which in turn allows users to view historical volume of entries being logged to a file, the frequency of error patterns being logged and much more!

Cacti Screenshots:  Graph the occurrence or lack of occurrence of specific keywords, strings or patterns - Trend log file characteristics to determine and isolate abnormal behavior in the frequency of entries logged

        

To graph log files, you can use LogRobot with either Cacti or Graphite.  In the above Cacti graphs, LogRobot is used to scan a unique log on 4 different hosts at 5 minute intervals.  The particular log being scanned is an application log which is being written to several hundred times a minute. LogRobot scrapes the application log every 5 minutes and pulls out all entries written to it within that time frame.  From the 5 minute worth of data retrieved after scanning, LogRobot graphs the number of new entries it finds containing the user-specified strings "hostname.*SUCCESS" or "hostname.*FAILURE" ("hostname" = name of a server) NOTE:  If using Graphite, graphs for all monitored log files are automatically generated and updated without any time consuming configuration on your part.  Also, logs can be polled and graphed as frequently as you desire.

logXray provides detailed information about the log files it monitors:

During each scan of a log file, LogXray provides details on:

  • If the log file being monitored exists and is readable by the user LogXray is running under

    • If it isn't, an alert notification will be generated describing the issue

  • NEW instance(s) of the user-specified list of error patterns found in the most recent scan

  • Total number of NEW entries added to the log file since the last time a check was ran on it

  • Scan time (time range) within which the latest status of a log file check is based upon

  • The most recent size of the monitored log file during each check

  • Performance Data on the log file and each pattern being monitored in the log

  • Statistical reporting on log file behavior - Helps detect abnormal data trends

logXray does not require any dependencies or libraries in order to function:

Whenever LogXray is introduced to a new UNIX system, here's what happens:

  • A new directory will be auto created on the host based on information provided by the user

  • The ownership of the new directory will be assigned to whichever user LogXray is first run as

    • Ownership is configurable and can be changed to that of any user

  • After the new directory is created, LogXray will run a scan on the log file given to it

  • A "NEW CHECK" alert is displayed so a record exists of when that log check was put in place

  • Subsequent checks on that log file from this point on will be to watch for legitimate issues.

LogXray combines file and directory monitoring features into one tool:

In addition to monitoring logs for error patterns, it can also be used to:

  • Monitor a directory of logs

    • Specify types of files in a directory to include in or exclude from monitoring

    • Specify different thresholds to each file type

    • Get performance data (graphs) on each log being monitored.

  • Monitor the size of specific types of files in a user specified directory

  • Monitor file timestamp (alert if file's last update-time is older than X number of minutes)

  • Monitor the size of a file (alert if file size exceeds X MB or GB)

  • Detect deviations in log growth rate, update times and content - Upgraded Feature!

    • Highly effective in helping to determine the right thresholds - Removes human factor

    • Identifies issues mathematically and can act as predictive application monitoring

Functions:

  • Uses unique algorithms to ensure the size of a log file is irrelevant

    • Log size does not affect the speed with which a log check completes!

    • Monitors files that are several gigabytes in size without imposing heavy system load

  • Allows users to specify string-file(s) when listing lengthy error patterns

  • Alerts if expected records of events are missing from monitored log files

    • Watches for those entries and IF NOT found, alert notifications are generated.

What Exactly is a Log File Monitor?

 

A log file monitor is a utility designed and built specifically to monitor and alert on messages produced by computer systems and the applications that run on them.

In UNIX, the monitoring of log files is absolutely necessary, and for good reason. You see, the time of a Unix Professional is valuable. Few, if any, can afford to spend hours each day scouring through the many log files that are generated by systems and network applications. However, if you fail to quickly recognize the abnormal events chronicled in these log files, entire networks can be abused or removed completely from service....which can cost your company dearly, monetarily speaking and time wise.

If you wish to monitor log files, there are basically [ 3 ] options available to you:

  1. You can try writing your own log monitoring script and see how much of your time it consumes

  2. Download any of the FREE log monitoring scripts that are available all over the internet OR

  3. Purchase a professional tool that is maintained regularly and is equipped with the capability to handle any log monitoring requirement, no matter how complex

If you embark on a journey to write your own script, you have to understand that it will be an endeavor that will take years to complete, and that's assuming you're a skilled programmer.  Monitoring log files goes far beyond simply watching the contents of files for specific errors.  As time goes on, there will be new requirements, changes, and continuous requests for modifications which in the end, if the developer isn't creative, can lead to an unusable script - one that is not user friendly.

If you choose to download the FREE log monitoring scripts that are available on the internet, you will eventually discover three major things. (1). There is no one script that can handle all your log monitoring needs.  You will have to download, and LEARN to use a variety of different scripts to do what you need.  (2).  After downloading all these scripts, it'll then quickly dawn on you how tedious it is to keep track of them all.  And you'll get frustrated.  (3).  If you're not frustrated, you will be when you find out many of the scripts you downloaded do not scale well and cannot be used across the many different UNIX platforms you have in your environment.  And even if they are, getting these scripts to do what you want them to do without having to read a ton of documentation is next to impossible.  

If downloading half-baked scripts off the internet is still an attractive option to you, you must ask yourself some very important questions:

  • Will I be able to easily administer the creation and modification of several log checks (from a central location) using this method?

  • Is this method scalable? 

    • Can I use this one method to easily monitor different logs on several hundred servers, OR

    • Am I going to have to do a lot of painful maintenances, configurations, compilations, installations, tweaking(s) etc?

The answers to these questions are usually quite depressing.  Proceed with caution.

 

Characteristics of the Ideal Log Monitor:

When searching for the right utility to use to monitor & alert on log files, what features should the perfect tool have?

The ideal log monitor must be able to scan and monitor log files in a very short period of time, preferably under 1 to 1.5 second (no matter how big the log file is).

At the very least, the perfect log monitor must be able to:

  • Detect abnormal usage patterns in log files (this requires automated mathematical analysis)

  • Recognize system or network abuse (through use of same mathematical analysis mentioned above)

  • Detect vulnerability scans (e.g. port scans) through the use of user-specified patterns and/or analysis

  • Detect intruders or attempted intrusions (through the use of user-specified patterns or analysis)

  • Detect resource shortages (e.g. slow response times, out-of-memory conditions etc)

  • Avoid duplicate alerts - must be intelligent enough to only generate notifications on valid breaches of thresholds

  • Detect imminent application and system failures

  • Scan, monitor & alert on log files of different formats (this is absolutely crucial)

While each feature listed here is important, it is worth noting that also as important is the fact that, the perfect log monitoring utility must be easy to use. Users SHOULD NEVER have to spend too much time reading documentations before being able to utilize a software.  The more complex a utility is, the more likely it is to be used the wrong way or abandoned altogether.  Imagine having to re-read the Instruction Guide of your Television remote control each time you wanted to use it. Can you picture the annoyance of that?

When it comes to log monitoring, ease of use is essential.  I cannot stress this enough. The developer(s) must focus a great deal of effort into drastically limiting or eliminating the need for complex configuration files. Also, the syntax of the tool must be easily comprehensible and applicable directly from the command line. This means, if a random user were to run the tool from the command line, there shouldn’t be room for confusion. That user should be able to conveniently obtain whichever end result he/she was expecting WITHOUT having to read several pages of a complicated instruction manual.

This is where the superiority of logrobot/logXray comes into play.  logXray is a commercial Log Monitoring utility that is very easy to utilize.  It is robust, seasoned and efficiently versatile like no other tool.  It understands the overriding significance of alert notifications and focuses on ensuring only valid alarms are generated for the log files and directories it monitors.  Installation wise, logXray does not require the configuration or compilation of any nonnative modules or libraries.  Which means, you can install it freely on production/dev/qa servers without having to tamper with existing libraries or modules.

logXray has a wide range of capabilities. It isn't limited to only scanning log file contents for errors.  It can do virtually anything related to log monitoring.  Additionally, logrobot has years of real life situations, possibilities and conditions built into it, which basically means it is highly unlikely you will come up with a need that hasn't already been thought of and programmed into the tool.  In the unlikely event that does happen, chances are, work is already in progress to address it.

To efficiently monitor every critical log file in your UNIX environment however you need them monitored, download the latest version of logrobot (logXray) today!

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Quick References to some of LoGrobot's most popular functions

  1. Exclusions - Specify a List of Patterns to Exclude via Filtering

  2. Monitor Log Files for Expected Record of Events - Alert If Not Found!

  3. Detailed Alerting - Show Offending Entries from Monitored Log Files

  4. Less Detailed Alerting - Do NOT show the Offending entries in alerts

  5. Check Dynamic Logs - Take into account Log Rotation and monitor accordingly

  6. Timeframe - Pull out information from logs using user specified Time Frame

  7. Apache Log File Analysis (Nagios) - Alert / Report / Graph Apache Access logs

  8. Use one check to monitor multiple strings within a log file - Set thresholds per string

  1. Monitor Directory of Log Files - Avoid Specifying Each log file separately

  2. Setup Log Checks for Directory File Count - Monitor the number of files in a directory

  3. Automatically Generate Graphs for all Log File Monitors Configured via Nagios

  4. Check Log Time Stamps - Set up Monitoring Checks to Alert when logs stop updating

  5. Check Log File Size - Monitor the disk space consumption of specific files

  6. Automatically Install Nagios on Red Hat, CentOS, Ubuntu Hosts (avoid manual installs!)

  7. Log Analysis - Alert when a deviation is identified in overall behavior of a log file

  8. Automatically Generate Color-Coded Excel Reports on Log Alert History

Simplified Log Monitoring:  Monitor Logs of Any Application or Database regardless of Format or Size, Generate Quick & Easy Reports on Past Log Check Alerts, See Offending log entries in all dispatched Alert Notifications

Who needs logrobot?

 

Download logrobot if you wish to:

  • Monitor unlimited logs from any application, database or system, hassle-free!

  • Utilize ONE tool for all your log monitoring / log graphing needs!

  • Implement a log monitoring solution that does not require the installation of nonnative modules

  • Monitor any log file regardless of size, date and/or time format

  • Monitor multiple log files without any complex time consuming configurations

  • Utilize an automated tool that is configured and ready to go right out of the box

  • Use Nagios / Graphite / Cacti or CRON to Manage the Monitoring of All UNIX Logs

  • Have a Support Team ready  to assist you with any technical issues or custom development requests

  • Generate automatic color-coded Excel Reports on the alert history of all log checks

  • Avoid writing several scripts of your own

  • Utilize a robust log monitor that is maintained regularly

    • And reliable enough for use in production environments

  • Analyze Logs: Get Notified when unfamiliar lines are introduced into system / application logs

  • Get alerted when critical log files stop receiving content after a specified period of time

  • Utilize an efficient log monitoring tool which eliminates the need to maintain several configuration files

  • Scan logs for specific entries and exclude a list of special patterns from the result

  • Get information, in each alert, on how long ago a particular pattern / keyword was last found in a monitored log

  • Obtain a log monitor that automatically detects log file type and format without user intervention

  • Get notified via email of all events related to your log of choice on any server(s) you specify

See Complete list of Features

 

Graphing Log Files:

 

 

Example 1:

Using Cacti, a log file on 6 different servers is being graphed for 500 related errors

Each server below is tagged with a different color for easy identification:

 

Example 2:

Using Cacti, a log file on 8 different servers is being graphed for 500 related errors

Each server below is tagged with a different color for easy identification:

 

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More information on Log File Monitoring using LoGrobot / LoGXray

  1. Monitoring logs - Performing reporting and analysis of log information

  2. Emails Alerts & Notifications - Monitor logs - Receive email alerts on every issue

  3. Different Scenarios for log monitoring - Use logrobot / logxray anyway to monitor logs

  4. NRPE - Monitor logs using the very common nagios NRPE monitoring agent

  1. Custom Monitoring Agent - Monitor logs with our unique Perl monitoring agent

  2. All about log monitoring - Understand the science of Monitoring UNIX log files

  3. Log Monitoring Options - Use any one of our monitoring features to alert on logs

  4. Log monitoring made tremendously easy - What makes logrobot / logxray unique!

 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

  1. What exactly can I do with LoGrobot?

  2. Is it safe and easy to install LoGrobot / logXray?

  3. How many lines of Code is LoGrobot made of?

  4. How Big is the LoGrobot tool?

  5. Does LoGrobot run locally on each host?

  6. Is LoGrobot completely separate from the front end?

  7. How long does it take for LoGrobot to execute on a host?

  8. With what frequency does it run?

  9. What happens if the log file is several GIGABYTES in size?

  10. What do I do if search strings won't fit on the command line?

  11. Can LoGrobot handle log rotation?

  12. Is it easy to setup log checks for log files using LoGrobot?

  13. Can LoGrobot monitor log files that don't have dates?

  14. After downloading LoGrobot will you help me if I need any help?

  15. Do I have to use LoGrobot with any specific monitoring app?

  1. Can you provide help with the automated install of Nagios or Cacti

  2. What exactly is the NagiosLogMonitor?

  3. How much is LoGrobot?

  4. Are there any situations LoGrobot will not be able to handle?

  5. Is there a Money Back Guarantee?

  6. Can I submit requests to add custom / personalized features?

  7. What must I do to monitor log files on ALL my UNIX servers?

  8. Can I generate Excel Reports on the history of log alerts received?

  9. Can I scan for multiple strings in a log file at the same time?

  10. Is Nagios and/or Cacti free to use?

  11. What makes LoGrobot Superior to other Log Monitoring tools?

  12. What is logXray?

  13. How fast is logXray?

  14. What options do I have to purchase LoGrobot / logXray?

  15. Additional Benefits of Monthly / Yearly Subscriptions!

 


 

What exactly can I do with LoGrobot?

If you can think up a log monitoring necessity, LoGrobot can accommodate it.  Visit the following link for a full list of features available:

http://www.logrobot.com/log-file-monitoring-features-options.htm

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Is it Safe and easy to install LoGrobot / logXray?

Yes.

With logrobot, there's very little you have to do.  We are very proud to announce that, unlike other tools, LoGrobot does not require users to install packages, libraries or modules that are unnatural to the UNIX system in order to get it work.  It just works!

Just drop it in the same directory as the rest of your plugins.  Define nagios configurations for it (commands.cfg, services.cfg), set it up to begin monitoring your log of choice, and that's really all there is to it.  When Nagios or Crontab goes to run your checks, logXray will automatically install itself in the default directory you specified and will from that point on begin to monitor any log file (or directory) you tell it to watch. 

 

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How many lines of Code is LoGrobot composed of?

The lines of code that make up LoGrobot is about 200,000+.  Does it affect the efficiency with which it completes checks?  Absolutely not!

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How Big is the LoGrobot tool?

The current size of the premium version of the logrobot tool (logXray) is a little over 12MB. 

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Does LoGrobot run locally on each host on which logs are being checked?

Yes, it runs locally on each host but can be easily controlled entirely from the monitoring master server.

If using LoGrobot to monitor your logs, simply place the tool on the host(s) on which you have log files to monitor.  You can send instructions to the tool from the Master server without having to log into the host on which the tool lives.

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Is LoGrobot completely separate from the management front end (but can be controlled by it)?

Yes.  Originally, the LoGrobot log monitoring utility was built to work with Nagios. However, over the years, and due to varying customer needs, we have added functionalities that allows it to fully function without Nagios. 

If you need LoGrobot to operate in a very specific fashion, contact us. 

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How long does it take for LoGrobot to execute a log file check on a host? With what frequency does it run?


0.3 - 1.8 seconds.  It can be scheduled to run at any interval.

           

 

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Can LoGrobot monitor log files that are over 1 GIGABYTE in size?

Yes. The size of a log file doesn't matter.  LoGrobot scans most log files from the previous point it left off.  If the log file is rotated, it will scan the unread entries from the rotated log, then continue scanning the new live log, thereby ensuring entries aren't missed.

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Can I use LoGrobot to monitor a huge list of strings which won't fit on the command line?

Yes. If your list of strings is too long or too many to fit nicely on the command line, you can instruct LoGrobot to use configuration files instead.  All you need to put in the config file(s) is the list of patterns (one per line) you want to monitor.  Nothing more.

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Can LoGrobot handle log rotation?:

Yes. LoGrobot automatically watches for signs of log rotation and proceeds to monitor the recently rotated log when it is detected, in addition to monitoring the fresh log.

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How easy is it to setup log file checks / log file monitoring for log files using LoGrobot?

It is very easy to setup log file checks through LoGrobot.  The LoGrobot tool is designed to handle by itself all the several little steps other tools would have had you do on your own...i.e. compilations, editing a multiple files, searching for ReadMe text files, having to read those text files, troubleshooting issues...etc.

You can literally start monitoring your logs within seconds of purchasing, downloading and unzipping the LoGrobot tool.  Yes, it really is as simple as it sounds!

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Some of my Log files do not have a date format.  Can LoGrobot monitor these types of logs?

Yes!

 

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After downloading LoGrobot / logXray will you assist me if I need any help?

Absolutely!  Support is already included in the purchase price...so we recommend taking advantage of it.

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Do I Have to use LoGrobot with Nagios or Cacti or any specific monitoring application?

Absolutely not.  LoGrobot does not rely on any other application to function.  However, if you wish to have a web interface from which to view & manage all configured log checks, Nagios is the way to go.

Nagios will allow you to manage the complete monitoring of all local and remote log files from one server, using one web interface.  Also, if you would like to generate Microsoft Excel Reports from the history of alerts received on all monitored log files on a list of hosts, this is possible, if using Nagios or Cron.

Graphing:  To graph log files, you will need to install Cacti, Graphite or a similar application.  LoGrobot can help with the automated install of Cacti and Graphite.  Contact us for more information!

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If I want to install Nagios, Cacti / Graphite, will you provide help with the installation?

Absolutely! We have an automated utility in our arsenal called "kinglazy" which will install both applications for you.  The sole purpose of this tool is to make life tremendously simple for the stupendously lazy ones amongst us.  This tool will relieve you of the tedious responsibility of having to labor over complex configuration procedures. 

However, for the kinglazy tool to be of any use to you (as far as the Installation of the applications are concerned), all we ask is that you have a fresh install of Ubuntu (if you wish to install Graphite) or a fresh install of Red Hat/CentOS (for those wishing to install Nagios and/or Cacti). 

Once you have the freshly installed OS in place, all you have to do next, is put the shell script we give you on the new host and run it.  The script will do everything else for you.  No silly questions, No reading of confusing installation steps.  The script will handle all that for you!

Do you really have to have a fresh install of Ubuntu / Red Hat?  No. But we highly recommend it!!!

 

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What exactly is the NagiosLogMonitor (nlm) tool?

NagiosLogMonitor (nlm) is the plugin that interprets the output produced by LoGrobot.  Please note, you do not have to have Nagios installed in order to use it.  You can run it through CRONTAB as well.

UPDATE:  In the latest version of LoGrobot (logXray), NagiosLogMonitor has been decommissioned.  logXray is built with its own interpreter which renders the old NagiosLogMonitor unnecessary.

In other words, the previous versions of LoGrobot basically needed an additional script (NagiosLogMonitor) to interpret the responses received from the actual LoGrobot tool.  Overtime we realized that this additional script is a bit of a nuisance.  We didn't want to have our users worrying about installing both scripts.  So we addressed these concerns by merging the NagiosLogMonitor script into logXray. 

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How much is LoGrobot?

Please see the table at the bottom of the home page for a list of available options.

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Are there any log monitoring situations LoGrobot will not be able to handle?

No.  LoGrobot / logXray has years of real life situations built into it. It has been heavily tested in QA, DEV, PrePROD and PROD environments. The tool as it is, is highly versatile and able to handle any situation you throw at it.

 

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Is there a Money Back Guarantee?

Yes.  There is a 30 Day Money Back Guarantee.  If you're not satisfied for any reason with the LoGrobot tool, by all means, please let us know.  We stand proudly by our product and the time-saving, labor-eliminating services it delivers.

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After downloading LoGrobot, can I submit requests to add custom / personalized features?

Absolutely.  We usually complete custom development requests within 24 to 72 hours of submission. 

If your request isn't of an urgent nature, please state so in your email. 

NON-Urgent email requests will be completed within 5 business days.  Contact us for more information.

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I want to monitor log files on ALL my UNIX servers  - What must I do?

Here are the Simple steps you need to take for that to happen:

If using NRPE,

  1. Simply copy the logXray zip file you just purchased to the hosts on which you have log files to monitor

  2. unzip the logXray.zip file

  3. Put the unzipped tool into whichever directory you consider your plugins or scripts directory

And that's it

 

If using the Custom Monitoring Agent that comes with logXray:

Place LoGrobot on all your UNIX machines.  Installation is very simple:

  • Copy the LoGrobot.zip file to each one of the hosts that you have log files on.

  • Unzip the LoGrobot.zip file, then run the installation command.

Basically, here’s all you have to do on each of your UNIX Hosts / Servers:

  1. unzip LoGrobot.zip ; cd LoGrobot

  2. InstallAgent.sh     /apps/magent     5666     10.20.30.40     master

Explanation of the parameters:

  • /apps/magent is where LoGrobot will be installed.

  • 5666 is the TCP port number on which the MASTER server will connect to each remote hosts

  • 10.20.30.40 will be the IP of the MASTER server (the primary monitoring server)

  • Master means the host on which LoGrobot will report its log information to the Master

To install LoGrobot on the MASTER server, just run this:

  • InstallAgent.sh     /apps/magent     5666     10.20.30.40     master

    • Change the port number and/or IP address to match your environment

Installation Completed!

If you have multiple hosts on which you wish to install LoGrobot, there is an automated feature you can use.  For this automated feature to function, you will need to install the "expect" utility on only ONE host.  This host must be a host from which you can ssh to all other hosts under your control.

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Can I generate professional Excel Reports on the history of log file alerts received?

Yes.  If you wish to generate a report on a specific timeframe, run a command similar to either of these:

If you dislike the idea of having to type or remember syntaxes, simply spring up the logXray web interface and click on the button for reports.

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Can I monitor multiple strings in the same log file instead of searching for them separately?

Yes. If you want to monitor your logs for multiple strings, you can run LoGrobot this way:

Basic Example:

Monitor log for strings “Error” and “imuxsock” and “ERROR” and “failed”

Command:
LoGrobot  autonda  /var/log/syslog  60m  'ERROR|failed|Error|imuxsock'  '.'  3  5  mul_log_entries_2  -ndfoundmul

 

 

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What is logXray?

logXray is the latest upgraded version of LoGrobot which can be used on any UNIX system (Linux, AIX, SunOS, HP-UX).  To purchase the full version of it, click here.

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How Fast is logrobot / logXray?

Very fast!  LoGrobot completes its periodic scanning of log files within 0.2 to 2 second.  Listed below are some of the information provided each time a log check runs:

  • number of errors found,

  • total number of lines in the log,

  • log size at the latest log check

  • range of lines scanned within the log file

  • timeframe within which the status of the latest log check is based upon

  • seconds within which the latest errors / entries in log file were detected

  • automatically detects log rollover - prevents missing errors between checks

  • equipped with several features that does MORE than just monitor log content

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What options do I have to purchase LoGrobot / logXray?

Please click here to view the full list of available options.

If you wish to try out logxray on a month to month basis (rather than purchasing it all at once), make sure to subscribe to a monthly payment plan. The option for monthly payments allows you to try out the fully featured version of loxray for a month, without having to pay the full price up front.  If you wish to cancel subscription after your individually designated test period is over, simply click the Unsubscribe link right next to the payment plan you were subscribed to.

For instance, assuming you wanted to try out the option for Unlimited Licensing but do not wish to make the entire payment for it all at once, there is an alternative.  You can instead make a monthly subscription for $179.95.  During each month which you are subscribed, you will receive full customer service support including the latest updates and upgrades to the tool.

If for any reason you believe the logrobot isn't the right tool for you, you are free to Unsubscribe before the month is over.

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Additional Benefits of Monthly (or) Yearly Subscriptions:
 

  1. Email Support / Instant Messaging – We’ll do the work for you via Live Chat!

    • Ask us any question, we'll chat live with you or send you detailed responses via email

     

  2. Free Code Development – Ask us to develop any custom feature…just for you!

    • Send us your customization requests – Get the new version of logXray containing your requested features in under 72 hours…or less!

     

  3. Latest Updates / Upgrades – Get the newest features available!

 

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Licenses

Pricing

1 - 10 UNIX Hosts / Servers

Monitor / Alert / Analyze / Graph

Unlimited Logs - Remote/Local

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Monitor / Alert / Analyze / Graph

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