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- Amazon S3 access log
- Apache access log
- Basic usage
- Configure logging
- Creating a request database
- Creating your own file format definition
- DelayedJob log
- HAProxy httplog format
- How to filter Rails requests by a given host
- In depth analysis
- Merb request log
- MySQL slow query log
- Oink Log
- Performance measurement basics
- PostgreSQL query log
- Rails request log
- sample output
- Using request log analyzer as a library
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Request-log-analyzer (r-l-a) is a command line tool to analyze request log files. Its purpose is to find what requests are best candidates for optimization. It parses the provided log files and aggregates the parsed information to build a performance report. See Sample output for an example of this report.
|File format||Command line option|
|Rails request log||
|Merb request log||
|Rack CommonLogger log||
|Apache access log||
|Amazon S3 access log||
|MySQL slow query log||
|PostgreSQL query log||
|HAProxy httplog format||
Moreover, you can easily create your own file formats easily or adapt one of the out-of-the-box formats for your own needs. See Creating your own file format definition for more information and instructions.
For the built-in formats, request-log-analyzer auto-detects the file format for you, so you do not have to specify a
--format command line option. You can always do so if the auto-detection fails.
Use RubyGems to install request-log-analyzer on your computer:
$ gem install request-log-analyzer
Now you can run request-log-analyzer to analyze a log file:
$ request-log-analyzer log/production.log
- Performance measurement basics: get introduced quickly to the performance measurement basics.
- Basic usage: get a performance report using your application’s request log files.
- Configure logging: configure logging correctly for your application to get the best results out of r-l-a (now with munin !).
- In-depth analysis: use filtering options to drill down to the cause of the performance issues.
- Creating a request database: create an SQLite 3 database with all parsed request information and perform analyses using SQL queries.
- Creating your own file format definition: gear the log analyzer towards your application and get more detailed results
- As a Scout plugin
- As a Munin plugin
- See Using request-log-analyzer as a library for more information about the r-l-a API.
- Check out CONTRINBUTING.rdoc if you want to help out on this project.
- CHANGELOG.rdoc documents what has changed over the different releases.