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If the volume of log files is bad, the volume in a database might be even worse of a problem. A scanner, maybe hooked to logrotate, could comb through the files and pick-out the meaningful messages. Then, gzip the files for a couple of days and then deep-six them. The script that gathers up the log messages could put them into whatever database table or tables you want, and the tables in question would be indexed appropriately.

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

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    [Lady_Aleena]: Or what Discipulus said.
    [shmem]: Lady_Aleena: geany supports ctags.
    [Discipulus]: a good compromise can be my ($need, $opts_ref) = @_ a scalar and an hash reference
    [Discipulus]: see you monks!
    [Lady_Aleena]: shmem, let me get this sub rewritten, then I will look into how to use ctags in geany. Deal? 8)
    [shmem]: Discipulus: yeah, that might eventually prepare the path for OO ;-)
    [Lady_Aleena]: See you, Discipulus.
    [shmem]: Lady_Aleena: that's up to you. I only wanted to show you a path that might be more comforting than command line grep ;-)
    [Lady_Aleena]: shmem, I don't think any of my modules could be converted to OO. They are too procedural.
    [Lady_Aleena]: Now I will see if my perl-fu is as bad as I think it is.

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