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nxlog is a modular, multi-threaded, high-performance log management solution with multi-platform support. In concept it is similar to syslog-ng or rsyslog but is not limited to unix/syslog only. It can collect logs from files in various formats, receive logs from the network remotely over UDP, TCP or TLS/SSL . It supports platform specific sources such as the Windows Eventlog, Linux kernel logs, Android logs, local syslog etc.
Octopussy is a Log analyzer tool. It analyzes the log, generates reports and alerts the admin. It has LDAP support to maintain users list. It exports report by Email, FTP & SCP. Scheduled reports could be generated. RRD tool to generate graphs.
Logstash is a tool for managing events and logs. You can use it to collect logs, parse them, and store them for later use. Logstash comes with a web interface for searching and drilling into all of your logs.
Graylog2 is an open source log management solution that stores your logs in ElasticSearch. It consists of a server written in Java that accepts your syslog messages via TCP, UDP or AMQP and stores it in the database. The second part is a web interface that allows you to manage the log messages from your web browser. Take a look at the screenshots or the latest release info page to get a feeling of what you can do with Graylog2.
OtrosLogViewer can read log files formatted in Log4j (pattern and XMLL yout), java.util.logging. Source of events can be local or remote file (ftp, sftp, sa ba, http) or sockets. It has many powerful features like filtering marking, formatting, adding notes, etc. It could also format SOAP messages in logs.
Clarity is a Splunk like web interface for your server log files. It supports searching (using grep) as well as trailing log files in realtime. It has been written using the event based architecture based on EventMachine and so allows real-time search of very large log files.
Logsandra is a log management application written in Python and using Cassandra as back-end. It is written as demo for cassandra but it is worth to take a look. It provides support to create your own parser.
Chainsaw is a companion application to Log4j written by members of the Log4j development community. Chainsaw can read log files formatted in Log4j's XMLLayout, receive events from remote locations, read events from a DB, it can even work with the JDK 1.4 logging events.
lucene-log4j solves a recurrent problem that production support team face whenever a live incident happens: filtering production log statements to match a session/transaction/user ID. It works by extending Log4j's RollingFileAppender with Lucene indexing routines. Then with a LuceneLogSearchServlet, you get access to your log using web front end.
Epylog is a syslog parser which runs periodically, looks at your logs, processes some of the entries in order to present them in a more comprehensible format, and then mails you the output. It is written specifically for large network clusters where a lot of machines (around 50 and upwards) log to the same loghost using syslog or syslog-ng.