Logs (Logs)

Logs (Logs) — a small C++ / GTK / GNOME GUI application for viewing and analyzing log SystemD (systemd journal)graphical user interface (GUI) for console command journalctl.

journalctl — standard command-line utility to view and analyze log SystemD (systemd journal), system data and application data. Using additional options you can filter data and quickly extract the desired information.

SystemD — subsystem initialization and service management GNU Linux systems in 2000-e years, actually superseded the traditional subsystems are init (initialization / initiation). The main feature is intensive parallel services start during the boot process of the system, resulting in much faster startup of the operating system.

A centralized approach to logging used SystemD, and also thanks to the automatic recording of detailed metadata were able to achieve great flexibility and convenience. All logs are in one place, they are indexed and structured in a that allows you to easily access them.

User interface Logs made in accordance with the concept of minimalism, controls are placed on the window title bar. In the left part of the window is a category in the right part of the window displays with a list of events. Click on the selected event, you can view additional information about it (in a pop-up notification).

Logs displays messages written to the log since the last boot of the system, the number of output messages depends on the access rights. Regular users “default” can view a limited set of log records, usually private logs and application logs. Users with administrator privileges can see more detailed logs, for example logs and kernel logs of other users.

Logs (gnome logs) allows you to filter records by date, search is also supported events to control using mouse and/or keyboard shortcuts. The app is part of the project GNOME (Gnome Application).

License: GNU General Public License version 3.0 (GPLv3)

Home page

Page gitlab.gnome.org

Author: posixru

Source: zenway.ru

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