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Log analysis [message #1516] Tue, 24 October 2006 16:50
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Registered: January 2006
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Nevermind, I found that spamlogs needs detailed logging enabled to work, and I had recently turned it off. I'll try it again tomorrow and I'm sure it will work.


I am running NST on a Windows server 2003 box. I need to find a better way to scan through the log file for NST until I have it configured to a comfortible level. I saw spamlogs in the contribution area and think that would be fantastic. But can't get it to work on my XP Pro workstation. Looks like it was designed to run under linux/unix. Does anyone have any suggestions for a log analyzer for NST that could help read through this file? I can't dump it to excel because its too large, exceeds excel's max lines. Since the log recycles session numbers it makes it hard to sort. Any ideas?


Post Edited (10-25-06 17:38)

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