Since I announced rails-log-analyzer some weeks ago, quite a lot has happened! Apparently there is some interest in such a tool: on this blog we get a lot of traffic looking for more info, the github project already has 22 watchers and it even has been forked! In the mean time, Bart and I worked hard to add new functionality and refactored the internal design. As a result, I have released request-log-analyzer 0.1.0 today!Changes:
- The project is renamed to request-log-analyzer, because we plan to support log files from other frameworks as well; Merb is planned to be supported in the near future.
- The tool is distributed as a gem, making it much easier to install and update.
- More reports, colorized output, parsing progress bars, command line arguments, etc…
- Added a tool to create a SQLite database with all the parsed info from the log file, so you can do your own analysis.
gem sources -a http://gems.github.com sudo gem install wvanbergen-request-log-analyzerUsage:
request-log-analyzer [LOG FILES*] request-log-analyzer -c 20 -z log/production.logPlease let me know what you think! If you have any problems using the tool, do not hesitate to contact me!