On February 22-24th the Flash In The Can event is back in town! Design, Technology. Cool shit. I will be just a visitor, but Tim is going to help Ralph with his workshop Papervision3D from the Core. If you want to meet up, give us a ping.
After a complete rewrite, Bart and I are proud to present request-log-analyzer version 1.0! Request-log-analyzer is an open-source command-line tool to analyze production log files from your Rails application to produce a performance report.
More robust log parser. It parses more lines and it now combines all lines that belong to the same request, which greatly improves the amount of information available.
It produces more detailed and more beautiful reports.
A database builder is included, which will create an SQLite 3 database with all parsed request information, so you can roll your own queries.
Request filtering options, so you can exclude irrelevant data. An example on how this can be applied in practice can be found in the wiki.
Better, more modularized design under the hood. The parser is now fully log file format-agnostic. Developing extensions and modifications, or adding support for other log file formats should be much easier now. See the development-page for some pointers.
Documentation in the project’s wiki. Hopefully, this helps people get up to speed with the new version and answers most questions about using the tool. If you still have questions, please contact us so we can keep improving it!
Install or upgrade to the new version with the following command: