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KSystemLog

   0.4.1  

KDE Logging/Monitoring

Score 83%
KSystemLog
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KSystemLog
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KSystemLog
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.5.x
Downloads:  14833
Submitted:  May 5 2005
Updated:  Nov 7 2007

Description:

KSystemLog is a system log viewer tool for KDE 4

This program is compatible with KDE 4 beta 3 libraries.

This program is developed for being used by beginner users, which don't know how to find information about their Linux system, and how the log files are in their computer. But it is also designed for advanced users, who want to quickly see problems occuring on their server.

KSystemLog has the following features :

* View all the main log of your system, by selecting them directly in a menu
* Tabbed view to allow displaying several logs at the same time
* Auto display new logged lines.
* Fast parsing and reading (more than 10000 lines each 5 seconds)
* Colorize log lines depending on their levels
* Detailed information for each log Lines (in a dedicated dialog)
* Quick filter
* Send a log message manually from a dialog box.
* Save, print and email log files are possible.
* It can parse the following log files of your system :
o System logs
o X.org logs
o Kernel logs
o Authentication logs
o Acpid logs
o Cups logs
o Postfix logs
o Apache logs
o Samba logs
o Daemons logs
o Cron logs
o XSession logs
o Cron logs

You can simply compile KSystemLog using the KDE 4 beta packages available in KUbuntu or other distributions.




Changelog:

Major improvements :

- Compatibility with KDE 4 beta4
- Fix icon position in search bar
- Add test coverage for Kernel logs
- Support for Suse Kernel logs
- Add joker to file list in configuration
- Auto-recognizition of the opened files

For more details, go to

http://ksystemlog.forum-software.org/changelog.php




LicenseGPL
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 to amdfanatyk

 
 by lastnico on: Jun 7 2005
 
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mmmh..

could you translate this log in english please, because I don't understand your language ;-)

Thanks!


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 Re: to amdfanatyk

 
 by amdfanatyk on: Jun 7 2005
 
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recent logs might be useless because I had compiled ksystemlog without debug but now i have that:

after logs reload:

[bash output]
QDate::setYMD: Invalid date 2005-01-00
failed to read() from server connection
KCrash: Application 'ksystemlog' crashing...
[/bash output]

crash ... bye bye ... ;(


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 oops =S

 
 by gnemmi on: Jun 20 2005
 
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on Conectiva Linux 10
KDE 3.3.2
QT 3.3.3

ksystemlog.h: En constructor `KSystemLog::KSystemLog()':
ksystemlog.h:306: aviso: `KSystemLog::findDialog' will be initialized after
ksystemlog.h:285: aviso: `KFind*KSystemLog::findManager'
ksystemlog.cpp:93: aviso: when initialized here
ksystemlog.h:316: aviso: `KSystemLog::loadingDialog' will be initialized after
ksystemlog.h:296: aviso: `LogListItem*KSystemLog::previousItemFound'
ksystemlog.cpp:93: aviso: when initialized here
ksystemlog.cpp: En la función miembro `void KSystemLog::highlightSearch(const
QString&, int, int)':
ksystemlog.cpp:802: aviso: unused parameter `const QString&text'
ksystemlog.cpp:802: aviso: unused parameter `int matchingIndex'
ksystemlog.cpp:802: aviso: unused parameter `int matchingLength'
ksystemlog.cpp: At global scope:
ksystemlog.cpp:1142: error: `ActivationReason' is not a member of type `KAction
'
ksystemlog.cpp:1142: error: error de decodificación before `,' token
ksystemlog.cpp: En member function `void KSystemLog::slotLogAction(...)':
ksystemlog.cpp:1161: error: `state' undeclared (first use this function)
ksystemlog.cpp:1161: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once
for each function it appears in.)
ksystemlog.cpp: En member function `void KSystemLog::groupByChanged(int)':
ksystemlog.cpp:1641: aviso: comparison between signed and unsigned integer
expressions
ksystemlog.cpp: En member function `void KSystemLog::updateGroupBy()':
ksystemlog.cpp:1711: aviso: comparison between signed and unsigned integer
expressions
In file included from ksystemlog.cpp:1833:
ksystemlog.moc: En member function `virtual bool KSystemLog::qt_invoke(int,
QUObject*)':
ksystemlog.moc:227: error: `ActivationReason' is not a member of type `KAction'
ksystemlog.moc:227: error: `ActivationReason' is not a member of type `KAction'
ksystemlog.moc:227: error: error de decodificación before `)' token
ksystemlog.moc:227: error: error de decodificación before `)' token
make[2]: *** [ksystemlog.o] Error 1
make[2]: *** Se espera a que terminen otras tareas....
make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/gnemmi/paquetes/ksystemlog/BUILD/ksystemlog-0.3/src'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/gnemmi/paquetes/ksystemlog/BUILD/ksystemlog-0.3'
make: *** [all] Error 2

see ya


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 Re: oops =S

 
 by lastnico on: Jun 20 2005
 
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Ouch, I will try to fix this tonight (it's a bit more complicated than I thought)
Thanks for reporting!


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 Good Utility!

 
 by maarizwan on: Jun 20 2005
 
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but a small preview section for the message would be good. Just like Preview in the file open dialog. Thanks a lot! Love it!


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 Re: Good Utility!

 
 by lastnico on: Jun 20 2005
 
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What do you mean with a preview of the messages ? Sorry, I don't understand well.

Thanks to like KSystemLog.


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 cannot compile

 
 by amdfanatyk on: Jun 20 2005
 
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In file included from ksystemlog.cpp:73:
ksystemlog.h:168: error: `class KAction::ActivationReason' has not been declared
ksystemlog.h:168: error: ISO C++ forbids declaration of `reason' with no type
ksystemlog.h: In constructor `KSystemLog::KSystemLog()':
ksystemlog.h:306: warning: `KSystemLog::findDialog' will be initialized after
ksystemlog.h:285: warning: `KFind*KSystemLog::findManager'
ksystemlog.cpp:93: warning: when initialized here
ksystemlog.h:316: warning: `KSystemLog::loadingDialog' will be initialized after
ksystemlog.h:296: warning: `LogListItem*KSystemLog::previousItemFound'
ksystemlog.cpp:93: warning: when initialized here
ksystemlog.cpp: At global scope:
ksystemlog.cpp:1142: error: variable or field `slotLogAction' declared void
ksystemlog.cpp:1142: error: `int KSystemLog::slotLogAction' is not a static member of `class KSystemLog'
ksystemlog.cpp:1142: error: `ActivationReason' is not a member of `KAction'
ksystemlog.cpp:1142: error: expected primary-expression before "state"
ksystemlog.cpp:1142: error: initializer expression list treated as compound expression
ksystemlog.cpp:1142: error: expected `,' or `;' before '{' token
ksystemlog.cpp: In member function `void KSystemLog::groupByChanged(int)':
ksystemlog.cpp:1641: warning: comparison between signed and unsigned integer expressions
ksystemlog.cpp: In member function `void KSystemLog::updateGroupBy()':
ksystemlog.cpp:1711: warning: comparison between signed and unsigned integer expressions
In file included from ksystemlog.cpp:1833:
ksystemlog.moc: In member function `virtual bool KSystemLog::qt_invoke(int, QUObject*)':
ksystemlog.moc:227: error: `ActivationReason' is not a member of `KAction'
ksystemlog.moc:227: error: `ActivationReason' is not a member of `KAction'
ksystemlog.moc:227: error: expected primary-expression before ')' token
ksystemlog.moc:227: error: expected `)' before "static_QUType_ptr"
ksystemlog.cpp: At global scope:
ksystemlog.cpp:802: warning: unused parameter 'text'
ksystemlog.cpp:802: warning: unused parameter 'matchingIndex'
ksystemlog.cpp:802: warning: unused parameter 'matchingLength'
make[2]: *** [ksystemlog.o] Błąd 1
make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/amdfanatyk/Desktop/nk/ksystemlog-0.3/src'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Błąd 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/amdfanatyk/Desktop/nk/ksystemlog-0.3'
make: *** [all] Błąd 2


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 Re: cannot compile

 
 by lastnico on: Jun 20 2005
 
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I'm trying to find a solution with KDE hackers to this annoying problem (KSystemLog uses new functions from KDE 3.4, and it can't compile with older version (for the moment))

Sorry for this problem, I try to fix it ASAP...


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 Cool

 
 by vdboor on: Jun 20 2005
 
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This is a nice application. I must say I've never had such a good overview of all errors in my log files. :-)

I think it has a lot of potential. It still has room for improvement, e.g:
- detect and mark common errors
- explain standard messages
- parse common lines, like iptable/cron/auth lines
- parse distro-stuff like SuSE's SFW2-* prefixes for iptables.
- detect log files automatically
In other words: make sure log files can be read efficiently and errors can be spotted quickly (like sysadmins can in the Windows 2000 event log) :-) I wish I could help you, but I have another project running myself.

One other thing: the process column often shows stuff like cron[435] cron [14412], etc... Could you detect this "thread identifier"?


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 Re: Cool

 
 by lastnico on: Jun 20 2005
 
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Thanks for your ideas vdboor !

- detect and mark common errors

This will be done by a plugin management (certainly with KJSEmbed), user will be able to add "detector" scripts, which will popup messages if some specials lines are discovered (ex: nvidia proprietary loading failed...)


- explain standard messages

I think this will be done in the same way than your previous request

- parse common lines, like iptable/cron/auth lines

Cron and Auth are already done, but IPtables is in the TODO list

- parse distro-stuff like SuSE's SFW2-* prefixes for iptables.

Yes, of course, I add it to my TODO-list

- detect log files automatically

Planned to the next version.

One other thing: the process column often shows stuff like cron[435] cron [14412], etc... Could you detect this "thread identifier"?

Yes I can detect it, but I'm not sure to want to add a special column for this because it seems that only Cron process use this kind of special thing.

Do not hesitate to comment my answer ;-)


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 Re: Re: Cool

 
 by vdboor on: Jun 21 2005
 
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Thanks for your feedback. I'm looking forward to the next release.

> I'm not sure to want to add a
> special column for this because

Well, why add another column for it? Could you ignore/remove the [num] part?

> it seems that only Cron process
> use this kind of special thing.

At my system, gpm, nmbd, sshd, xinetd, kdm_config, hotway seam to do the same thing. I believe the number just represents the process/thread number the event was fired from. That's why I think this information can be ignored in a "aggegrator" kind-of-thing like KSystemLog is.


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 Re: Re: Re: Cool

 
 by lastnico on: Jun 22 2005
 
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OK, I didn't know that other process used this kind of thing. I will delete the process number automatically in the next version (and add an option to keep it)

Thanks for this idea!


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 New Package Debian

 
 by cado on: Jun 21 2005
 
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Hi,

KsystemLog 0.3 available on Debian at http://pacotesdeb.codigolivre.org.br

Requeriments:

KDE 3.4.1


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