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  • Webalizer
    The Webalizer is a fast, free web server log file analysis program. It produces highly detailed, easily configurable usage reports in HTML format, for viewing with a standard web browser. Read more hot
  • ActiveStat
    (commercial) ActiveStat is a Web statistics marketing tool to track and analyse site visits, marketing research, visit tracking software, statistics analyser.
  • alscan
    The alscan tool is used to extract data from web server access logs. It creates a report based upon the contents of the logs and the options specified on the command-line.
  • amandalogp
    a package whose goal is to facilitate the interpretation of logs/reports produced by Amanda
  • Amms
    Amms is a high-performance traffic accounting system. It is primarily designed for squid, but easy adaptable for others.
  • Analog
    a program to analyse the logfiles from your web server. It tells you which pages are most popular, which countries people are visiting from, which sites they tried to follow broken links from, etc
  • andatool
    Andatool displays in realtime how often one or more regular expressions match with what scrolls-by in a logfile. That way you can see quickly, for example, what firewall-rules get triggered most.
  • Avid Stats
    AvidStats analyzes access logs in a special format and generates statistics for the sites used to generate that log. It is useful when the logs for multiple sites are mixed together in the same log file.
  • AWFFull
    AWFFull is a Web server log analysis program, forked from Webalizer. It adds a number of new features and improvements, such as extended frontpage history, resizable graphs, and a few more pie charts.
  • AWStats
    Advanced Web Statistics is a free tool that generates advanced web (but also ftp or mail) server access statistics graphically. This log analyzer works as a CGI or from command line and shows you all possible information your log contains, in few graphical web pages. Read more
  • AWStats MultiSite Summary
    AWStats MultiSite Summary is an extension to AWStats' user interface which summarizes multiple sites in a clear and compact way on a per month and user basis. It was build for small and medium service providers for centralized AWStats analysis and reports.
  • Big Brother Log Analyzer
    a package comprised of two components: a logger, which logs all accesses to selected web pages, and a log analyzer, which nicely formats the logs into an HTML page
  • Calamaris
    parses Squid and NetCache Native Logfiles and generates reports about Peak-usage, Request-Methods, Status- report of incoming and outgoing requests, second and Top- level destinations, content-types and performance
  • Cascade Historian
    (free for non-commercial use) an event-driven data storage program used to maintain persistent time-sequence data sets derived from process data. It features absolute, relative, and time-based deadbanding of data, as well as a query facility suitable for generating graphs and tabular output for other analytical programs
  • CCZE
    CCZE is a C port of RASZi's colorize, with a set of bug fixes and enhancements. It uses PCRE to do the matching, and NCurses for the output.
  • clichart
    Clichart is intended for quick summarization and visualization of data, especially from system logs. It provides tools to extract and manipulate tabular summary data from text files, and to generate and view simple charts from tabular data on the command line. Charts can be displayed in a window and/or saved.
  • is a Perl script to colorize your system, Squid, Apache, oops, xfer, and many other logs with file, version, address, URL, email, user, service, etc. catch routines.
  • colour_trace
    reads a trace file containing hexadecimal pointer values like 0x94f41a2 and colours them. Each pointer value gets its own colour, so you can see at a glance which values are the same
  • Daniels is a short script that reads from stdin and writes to stdout. Rows that match a user's search strings will be colorized with user-defined colors. Command line options are available. Colorization is done via ANSI escape codes.
  • DGLog
    DGLog is a log analyzer for the Dan's Guardian Web monitoring software. It supports the opening of compressed and uncompressed log files, exporting to text, HTML, and XML, and several other features.
  • docsis
    used to generate binary configuration files for DOCSIS-compliant cable modems. DOCSIS stands for Data over Cable Service Interface Specification and is a standard developed by Cablelabs
  • Drossellog
    Drossellog is a log file analyzer for Apache's combined log files. It parses them as a CLI script and displays the data with a nice Rails interface.
  • Epylog
    Epylog is a syslog parser which runs periodically, looks at your logs, processes some of the entries in order to present them in a more comprehensible format, and then mails you the output.
  • Free-SA
    Free-SA is tool for statistical analysis of daemons' log files, similar to SARG. Its main advantages over SARG are improved speed, more support for reports, and W3C compliance of generated HTML/CSS reports. It can be used to help control traffic usage, to control Internet access security policies, to investigate security incidents, to evaluate server efficiency, and to detect troubles with configuration.
  • freq
    a Perl script used to analyze the last log. It can spit out information regarding how many times a user has logged in as well as what days, terminals, hours, and months are most popular for logins. In addition, it can sort this information alphabetically or ascending or descending by number of logins. It can even generate simple graphs
  • FTPWebLog
    a freeware integrated WWW and FTP log reporting tool. Its primary inspiration was the wwwstat program
  • Ftree
    Ftree is an X-windows program to store and display family tree genealogy information.
  • fwanalog
    a shell script that parses and summarizes firewall logfiles
  • fwlogsum
    a generic, all purpose, flexible summarizer for Checkpoint's Firewall-1 logs. It has been implemented using standard Perl 5 and is freely available under GPL
  • fwlogview
    a realtime, colored logviewer for netfilter (and more)
  • fwlogwatch
    fwlogwatch is an ipchains packet filter log analyzer with text and html summary output, interactive incident report generator and realtime anomaly response capability.
  • FWReport
    a log parser and reporting tool for IPTables. It generates daily and monthy summaries of the log files, allowing the admin to free up substantial time, maintain better control over security of the network, and reduce unnoticed attacks
  • genstats
    a general statistics generator. It takes any textfile and commandline parameters very similar to the 'cut'-command. That way, one can generate statistics on almost any textfile
  • Gktail
    Gktail is a log viewer, which display the file you want in a themable window. Gktail is written in C with the Glib/Gdk/Gtk and Imlib Libraries.
  • glogg
    glogg is a multi-platform GUI application to browse and search through long or complex log files.
  • Hatchet
    a log parsing/presentation program written for OpenBSD's PF logs. The main script, "hatchet", should be run every 5 minutes, or as often as you wish. Depending on the size of your logfiles versus the speed of your machine, you may wish to tweak how often it runs
  • http-analyze
    (commercial) a log analyzer for web servers. It analyzes the logfile of a web server and creates a comprehensive summary report from the information found there. http-analyze has been optimized to process large logfiles
  • httpdstats
    a perl script that generates a statistical summary of the contents of an Apache access log and either prints the summary or sends it, via mail, to somebody
  • httplog
    httplog is a replacement for Apache's 'rotatelogs' and Andrew Ford's 'chronolog'. It allows you to specify a logfile using strftime paramaters in the filename to act as a template.
  • httpsum
    httpsum is a highly configurable log file analyzer that lets you filter and summarize Web hits.
  • Human readable Glassfish Log
    Human readable Glassfish Log is a utility that shows a human readable tail of the Glassfish or Sun Application Server server.log. It hides all cryptic non-informational messages and colorizes and tails the log.
  • ILD
    a little tool to log the throughput of a Traverse Technologies NetJet ISDN router under Linux
  • Intrache
    a log analyzer for Intranets where all the pages and workstations (PCs) are known entities. It is tailored for the widely used Apache web browser and has been tested on versions 1.3.3 and 1.3.6 running on Linux (RedHat & Suse) and Solaris 2.6
  • IPFW grapher
    IPFW grapher displays a graphical overview of bytes going through your IPFW rules and a piled overview of the percentage on which rule it passed.
  • IPTables log analyzer
    IPTables log analyzer displays Linux 2.4 iptables logs (rejected, acepted, masqueraded packets...) in a nice HTML page. Read more
  • iptqlog
    IPTables Queue LOGger: produces clean, easy to understand and (optionally) colorized logs of the packets that were sent to the user space using the QUEUE target of iptables
  • IsoQlog
    Isoqlog is an MTA log analysis program written in C. It designed to scan qmail, postfix, sendmail and exim logfile and produce usage statistics in HTML format for viewing through a browser. It produces Top domains output according to Sender, Receiver, Total mails and bytes; it keeps your main domain mail statistics with regard to Days Top Domain, Top Users values for per day, per month and years.
  • jackpp
    a log analyser and statistical generator for the game Counter-Strike. It is capable of processing the logs, using alias files, and outputting the statistics in an easy to read html format. It is written entirely in standard C++
  • jdresolve
    jdresolve is a log resolver in Perl that is fast and recursive.
  • kazimir
    Kazimir is a log analyzer. It has a complete configuration file used to describe what kind of logs (or non-regression test) to be watched or spawned and the kind of regexp to be found in them. Interesting information found in logs may be associated with "events" in a boolean and chronological way.

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