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Benjamin Clos
@ondreian
@kilianc I was using it to inspect sensor data streams
I really just wanted a way to push the data streams into a DB to run aggregation on down the road, I didn't care too much about the interface being integrated with persistence.
Kilian Ciuffolo
@kilianc
then you could have done tail -F so/me/thing.log | yourdb | rtail ?
Bhargav Patel
@bhargavrpatel
When using Python loggers, what changes do I have to make to get the colors as shown in the pictures? Right now my logs look bland, yuck! http://prntscr.com/853qkm
Alexey Shekhirin
@Elishanto
how to delete stream?
Kilian Ciuffolo
@kilianc
@bhargavrpatel you just need to add ANSI colors to the log lines that's it. if you see colors in your terminal you will see colors in rtail too.
@Elishanto restart the server, there is no easy way to do that ATM. It sucks but it's on my radar for future releases
Alexey Shekhirin
@Elishanto
@kilianc what about 24 hour format in the left part of log
nervo
@nervo
Hello everybody
Have you ever tried to get heka send logs to rtail using udp output ?
Kilian Ciuffolo
@kilianc
what the heka is heka?
@nervo :D
@Elishanto I actually need to figure a way to have custom formats
Interesting...
In few words, we are able to use heka to tail some log files, and send their content via udp to rtail
The big +1 is that heka can read log content from everywhere
We previsouly used log.io, but no longer maintained nor compatible with node 4
We try to make Heka + rtail our default stack
Kilian Ciuffolo
@kilianc
@nervo that's cool, is there anything I can read about what you guys did? It may be worth writing an adapter if you had to do hacky things to make it work
nervo
@nervo
@kilianc no hacky things at all, that’s the beauty :) We just reverse engineered your udp frames, and heka is smart enough to make things confortably
Nothing is public right now, but soon
Carlos Ravelo
@gandazgul
Any concerns about security? sending logs over the internet without encryption doesnt sound like a good thing
Kilian Ciuffolo
@kilianc
@gandazgul sadly nodejs/node#2398
phn
@pichichi91
hi guys, rtail is really good stuff! well done. I have a question, is it possible to increase the displayed row in the gui? I think the current rows displayed per streams stays at 200
phn
@pichichi91
ah I did find the code in rtail-server.js :)
Finn LeSueur
@finnito
Hi all :)
Has anyone setup rtail with an apache vhost?
I'd like to do that so I can add SSL with letsencrypt and then whack an .htpasswd onto it