Log colorizer perl script
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README.md

About

This is a perl script to colorize your logs. Useful for system administrators to check daily logs, it will highlight the important parts of every log line.

It uses coherent colors for every log formats which is pretty cool but you can use your own colors by modifying the configuration file in your home directory (~/.colorizerc) or system-wide (/etc/colorizerc).

Install

MacOS

Install my tap from raszi/homebrew-tap with the following command:

brew tap raszi/tap

Then install the formula with:

brew install raszi/tap/colorize

FreeBSD

It is in the ports, you can install with any preferred way.

Mageia (Linux)

It is in the repositories, you can install as root with:

urpmi colorize

Manual

Dependencies

This script depends on Term::ANSIColor, so you will need to install it first.

Under Debian GNU/Linux:

apt-get install perl-modules

Gentoo:

emerge -vta perl-core/Term-ANSIColor

Mageia:

urpmi perl-Term-ANSIColor

Installing the script

make install

Usage

Just pipe the logs in the script, and have fun.

Examples

cat /var/log/daemon.log | colorize
tail -0f /var/log/daemon.log /var/log/apache/access.log | colorize
colorize < /var/log/messages

Tips

In the TIPS file and in the examples directory.