How to view log-files
logread is a console application that is provided along with COREmanager and is available in all our software products. It provides a number of functions making it easier for you to read log-files, select data by process ID, search, etc.
How to use
Entering the command
will display the hint about command's syntax
Usage: logread [OPTION] [FILE]... Options: -b, --batch run program in noninteractively mode -p, --pid=PID[:THREAD] filter output by process ID -h, --help display this help and exit
Currently, the following command line options are available:
Informs the application that the "noninteractive mode" is used for working with log-files, i.e. you must send a request and terminate the operation. The result will be sent to stdout.
Informs the application that data should be filtered by the id of the panel's process. This option receives to stdin the parameter with process ID or "process ID :thread ID" separated by ":".
Outputs a brief hint and termination of the operation.
As a data source, you should specify the path to the panel's log-file or a group of files. The file can be both a text log-file of the control panel and the archive created by a log-rotations program.
/usr/local/mgr5/sbin/logread -p21760:3 /usr/local/mgr5/var/ispmgr.log /usr/local/mgr5/var/ispmgr.log.0
i.e. upload two log-files of ISPmanager, one of which is an archive, and filter the result by ID of the specified process.
In the interactive mode, you can view log-files in both directions. Besides, it provides easy-to-use functions for search and navigation. By default the text is grouped by requests to control panel like that:
Feb 20 17:54:38 [21760:24] journal INFO Request [184.108.40.206][root] 'func=keepalive&operafake=1392886478547&sfrom=ajax'
- q and ESC
Terminate an application.
- ↓ and ↑
- PageUp and PageDown
Vertical scroll per page.
- g and Home
Top of the test.
- G and End
Bottom of the text.
- ENTER and SPACE
View log of the current request (the one to which the mouse cursor is pointing).