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Old 02-04-2011, 08:43 AM   #1
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manage engine eventlog analyzer


Anything free / open source that does exactly what this product does?
 
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What does it do? You'll never get something that does *exactly* what another server does, that's not realistic, but plenty of things will do more and less than it I expect. Didn't I already recommend splunk to you? You won't get better than that for free.
 
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What does it do? You'll never get something that does *exactly* what another server does, that's not realistic, but plenty of things will do more and less than it I expect. Didn't I already recommend splunk to you? You won't get better than that for free.
You did mention splunk... However The support documentation is fragmented and I could find no books on the subject that gave a detailed deployment documentation.
 
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Well if there's anything specific about it. It's very web2.0 which can be a bit confusing, but it's a really really great product.
 
  


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