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Does anybody know of a good tool that allows one to view & search through log files on the web?

Something open source that goes on top of rsyslog.

I don't want ELK - it is overkill for my needs.

I will not take anything from Solar Winds, thank you very much.

If possible, nothing based on PHP. Please.

Yes, I know about Greylog. It is one of the contenders.

Yes, I know about rsyslog LogAnalyzer. It is also a contender.

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@ParadeGrotesque If by "on top of rsyslog" it can mean "goes through rsyslog and ends up somewhere else", Loki with grafana is an option. Not a very good one but afaik there just aren't any good ones unless you're willing to write something yourself (and you really don't want to do that).

@nihl

And yet... This is exactly what I was thinbking about doing. πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ

@ParadeGrotesque It's kind of the least worst, at least with that sort of feature set.

@ParadeGrotesque goAccess is only for web server log but reads different type of logs... Might be an interesting starting point, it's command line but can output an fancy HTML page

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