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is a web based syslog and network event data log analysis, search, graphing and reporting tool.

phpLogCon is a web interface to syslog and other network event data. It provides easy browsing and some basic analysis of realtime network events. Depending on the applications feeding the database, it can process syslog messages, event log entries and even SNMP trap data - just to name a few. phpLogCon is part of Adiscon's MonitorWare line of monitoring applications. It runs both under GNU/Linux and proprietary operating systems. The database can be populated by rsyslog on the Unix/Linux side and by other similar programs on the proprietary side. phpLogCon itself is free, GPLed software (as are some other members of the product line).


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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 23 January 2017.


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