PyLogsParser is a library exposing everything a developer needs to get started with parsing and tagging logs from the most common open-source applications. It includes parsers and a plug-and-play tagging. The parsers are XML definition files that are designed to be easily readable and need very little skill in programming or regular expressions, without sacrificing powerfulness or expressiveness.
|Tags||python module Log Parser|
Release Notes: New log normalizers for Wallix AdminBastion logs, CISCO ASA logs, and Dansguardian logs. New facilities to invoke callbacks at various stages of the parsing. Performance improvements.
Release Notes: New log format normalizers: VMWare ESX4-ESX4i, Microsoft IIS 6, MySQL, Fail2ban, BitDefender (Mail server for the Unix version), and a URL and Referer parser for Web logs. There are some bugfixes and the ability to use the GEOIP database to locate log emitter location.
Release Notes: Tag naming conventions were expanded in "Best practices". The previous normalisers were cleaned up and now follow the naming conventions. It is now possible to specify custom paths for normalizers in addition to the system default path. New normalisers were added for Snare Syslog agent for Windows, Arkoon FAST360 log format, MS Exchange 2007 Message Tracking Log format, and Amazon S3 logs. Various bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: First public release.