From: Vlada Macek (no email)
Date: Fri Sep 09 2005 - 08:16:07 EDT
Yes, I tried pflogsumm, but was unable to tickle out the form I wish:
The stream of nicely parsed events describing WHEN, WHAT, WHY
happened, how it was started and how it ended. Really something _like_
the original postfix log, just logically restructured.
Am I really the only one with such idea?
[At 09.09.2005 13:49, Piszcz, Justin kindly sent the following quotation.]
> Have you looked at pflogsumm?
> -----Original Message----- From:
> [mailto:] On Behalf Of Vlada Macek
> Sent: Friday, September 09, 2005 7:47 AM To:
> Subject: easy log reading
> is there some log analyzing software, that could transform postfix
> syslog messages to the flow that is easier to read?
> In other words, to group related consequential events, strip out
> redundant information, but leave it almost all there?
> Each time I need to resolve an issue, I need to research the mail
> log, spending considerable amount of time grepping and lessing the
> postfix log to get a clue what happened. Before I start to write an
> analyzer that would do with the log the same thing my brain does
> while reading the log, I ask whether there is something like that
> already developed.
> All I found are some statistics counter HTML table generators,
> which I really do not need.