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syscolorize is a system log viewing software. It displays some useful information by filtering, altering and colorizing syslog files.

- Syscolorize reads its data from a file, a FIFO, or from stdin ;
- you can establish filters on a per-host, per-process-name, or per-message basis ;
- hosts, process names, and messages can be matched against full text or regular expressions ;
- you can define global default colors for timestamp, host, process name, and message ;
- each filter can define a process name color, and you can split messages in parts. Each part can be colorized too.

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admin analysis analyzer linux log log_analysis logfile logs monitoring perl sysadmin syslog tools

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