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Have you looked at using (for example) Elasticsearch for logging? That would somewhat make it easier to store your log lines and other information, and potentially also makes it easier to filter on the relevant terms.

I think I remember clinton either showing or having implemented something like that, but my search doesn't find it.

In reply to Re: How to view and filter logs in a database by Corion
in thread How to view and filter logs in a database by chrestomanci

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