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Are there any monitoring tools for webda

  1. Are there any monitoring tools for webdav (logfiles)?
  2. What analyzers are available for webdav logs.
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A simple method to monitor these files is to use the command line...

tail <logfilename here>

If you continue to run tail against the file, it will show you the newest entries whenever they appear. Load cygwin if you are trying to do this on a windows box.

Now if you want a tool to analyze these files I recommend using something like Splunk or AppManager from NetIQ.

Splunk is Here

App Manager can be found Here

Both have the ability to dig deep into the log data.

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A great general log file viewer is LogExpert, see also the Stackoverflow Best Tail GUI question.

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