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ZENLogviewer



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January 26, 2016 3:42 pm

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ZENLogviewer is a cool solution to view ZENworks specific log files, supported on both Windows and Linux systems.

This tool creates a single view of log files based on the log names. For example, if multiple loader-messages and service-messages are opened, the tool will give a two tabbed view with similar log files in a single tab (Ref. Snapshot 1). The filtering feature enables you to filter for any or all available fields across files and tabs, thereby resolving issues faster. (Ref. Snapshot 2)

Some of the other features include:

  • Organized UI for easy viewing of logs
  • View logs from zipped logs/multiple logs/directory
  • Nested Search across files and tabs
  • Supports live logs by tailing the log file
  • Visually appealing themes
  • Shortcuts for easy navigation

Prerequisites : JRE 1.8 is required to run this application

STEPS TO GET STARTED:

  1. Download the Cool Solution
  2. Unzip the contents.
  3. On Windows: Run zenlogviewer.bat file or double-click zenlogviewer executable jar.
  4. On Linux: Run zenlogviewer.sh (give necessary permissions).
Screenshot showing multiple log files opened

Snapshot 1 : Screenshot showing multiple log files opened

Snapshot 2 : Screenshot showing search operation

Snapshot 2 : Screenshot showing nested search operation

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Snapshot 3 : Go to line feature

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Snapshot 4 : Displaying Live Log

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Snapshot : Visually appealing themes

 

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Categories: Cool Tools, Technical, Unified Endpoint Management, ZENworks

Disclaimer: This content is not supported by Micro Focus. It was contributed by a community member and is published "as is." It seems to have worked for at least one person, and might work for you. But please be sure to test it thoroughly before using it in a production environment.

3 Comments

  1. By:GERWIL

    Sorry but where do I get JRE 1.8 for Linux? Found JRE 8u71 and 8u72.
    Cheers

  2. By:janvari

    Hi Just tried this out and made sure I had the required JRE. I am having the issue where either it locks up or claims there is “no content in table” if I open it as the text file their is plenty of data. Am I missing something?

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