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    mvalenzuela.cl is offline Senior Member
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    Default [SOLVED] There is graphic tool

    There is some graphic tool to review zimbra logs?



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    Unfortunately there is not. /opt/zimbra/log has the majority of them, but there is no graphical tool to parse them.

    Realisticly how hard would it be though? It sure would make life easier.
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    Ok,

    Gracias.

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    Thumbs up Ksystemlog

    If you are using Linux there are a few tools. Here is one for KDE called ksystemlog.

    ksystemlog.png

    Enjoy!

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    You could always something like Webmin, how hard can that be?
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    But why add the overhead of X and KDE for a log parser? Also, Why bother with Webmin on a single purpose machine?

    Something built in which could pull up the logs wouldb e great, simple search tools would be nice also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by quietas View Post
    But why add the overhead of X and KDE for a log parser? Also, Why bother with Webmin on a single purpose machine?
    Then why not use the tools already in Linux? There are plenty of tools for searching the log files, scripts for getting stats etc. Why not use a Syslog Server?

    Quote Originally Posted by quietas View Post
    Something built in which could pull up the logs wouldb e great, simple search tools would be nice also.
    Well, the usual answer - have a look in bugzilla and file an RFE if there's nothing there.
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    thanks for this usefull info... i will try to use webmin...

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