I've developed multiple scripts each handling different things, they all spit out a log that I would like to analyze and gather data/statistics from.
I've tried to find a custom log handler but either they have been unable to accept my seperator/delimiter and/or added extra unnecessary fields (Splunk - Does this for my logs) despite that I used , as separator/delimiter.
So, what I'd like to ask, is there a tool where I can analyze custom logs? And not just see the rows of data (That's what I use LogExpert for), I want to perhaps see graphs over the data / input.
To give a better understanding of what I'm trying to achieve; I have made a custom 404 logging, but since it's not apache writing it, the regular apache analyzers doesn't work. What I want to find is a tool that can read my custom 404 log and tell me what links have the most 404 via graph or some other graphic display.
Though that is just one of my custom logs, this is the most important one.
- Windows 7 compatible
- Filter data based on certain criteria
- Graphical display over raw data / Filtered data
- Recognize log structure by either First line of file (First line would be "header/field" names) or specified when importing the log
Attractive features (not but required)
- Column sorted
- Apply multiple filters
- Save filters
- Count / Sort data - Either by column or other defined measures.
I have tried the following programs and they were unable to do what I required.
Sorry for the long wall of text and any grammatical mistakes :)