Is there any Plugins for log file analysis in ruby?


#1

Hello all,

Problem - 1)

     I want to retrieve some info from development.log file using

plugins.
In early stage i decided to use Regular Expression to retrieve required
data but i want to use plugin for that.
So can anyone tell me which plugins are available for analyzing(reading)
“development.log” file .

problem - 2)

how i execute the ruby program on unix’s cron job utility.?


#2

On 31.01.2009 07:55, Vikas G. wrote:

Problem - 1)

     I want to retrieve some info from development.log file using

plugins.
In early stage i decided to use Regular Expression to retrieve required
data but i want to use plugin for that.
So can anyone tell me which plugins are available for analyzing(reading)
“development.log” file .

What format is that?

problem - 2)

how i execute the ruby program on unix’s cron job utility.?

Like any other program.

robert


#3

On Sat, Jan 31, 2009 at 8:55 AM, Vikas G. removed_email_address@domain.invalid
wrote:

“development.log” file .

problem - 2)

how i execute the ruby program on unix’s cron job utility.?

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I wrote a blog post with a quick log file parser that might help you at
http://ramblingsonrails.com/a-rails-log-parser-to-show-how-your-actions-are-performing

If you’re working with rails, you could write a rake task and call that
from
cron or just run a ruby script directly like:

          • /usr/bin/ruby /path/to/your/ruby/script.rb


Andrew T.
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http://www.linkedin.com/in/andrewtimberlake

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#4

On Sat, Jan 31, 2009 at 8:55 AM, Vikas G. removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

how i execute the ruby program on unix’s cron job utility.?

If you’re working with rails, you could write a rake task and call that from
cron or just run a ruby script directly like:

          • /usr/bin/ruby /path/to/your/ruby/script.rb

If you’re running a Rake task, most of these will expect the root of
your
Rails project to be the current directory. Unless running in development
you will also want to specify the environment:

m h * * * (cd /path/to/project; RAILS_ENV=production /usr/bin/rake
my:task)


Lars H.

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