Pages tagged log: Scribe

Scribe is a server for aggregating log data streamed in real time from a large number of servers. It is designed to be scalable, extensible without client-side modification, and robust to failure of the network or any specific machine.
Looks like a handy addition to the toolkit
"Rails log file viewer."
log analyzer app for rails logs
Spike is a log file viewing & (if we’re being generous) analysis tool for Rails developers.
Desktop app for the Mac that shows Rails log files.
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How to Keep a Career Log - wikiHow
A career journal, diary, or log is a way of keeping track of what you do or have done in the past. Those little things that you might forget down the road, but when added together can, at the very least, add up to a significant pat on the back. If used right, it can help you with focusing your career and life experiences. It can also be helpful when updating your resume. Here's how to get the most out of your career log.
Plumber Jack: Python Logging 101
pimping out git log - Bart's Blog
Très joli git log --graph à consommer sans modération
You can run the following to add it to your ~/.gitconfig: git config --global alias.lg "log --graph --pretty=format:'%Cred%h%Creset
I love this custom log view for git
Elite Log File Scrolling with Color Syntax
Script lets you scroll logfiles automatically colorized making them a TON easier to read at a glance!
Product: Scribe - Facebook's Scalable Logging System | High Scalability
Calculate exp() and log() Without Multiplications
Coding Horror: The Problem With Logging
Logging level definition
A recent Stack Overflow post described one programmer's logging style. Here's what he logs:
Distraction: Avoid Distraction, Get More Done with a Tangents Log
Nice productivity hint
Graph Visualization for Apache log files | Oleg Burlaca's Blog
Graph Visualization for Apache log files