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About Log Monitor & Export
The term "log monitor" is a general term referring to different programs that all perform automated monitoring of various kinds, keeping track of changes to a file or file system. This is especially useful for administrators who have to stay on top of a large network consisting of databases, file systems, and many different programs running all at once. Even for single computer users, these monitoring programs can prove useful to provide a high level of control over an operating system’s activities.
Our log monitor also comes with built-in notification or even scripting capabilities. That is, in the case that anything remarkable is found in any of the logs that the program is currently monitoring, it could simply send off an email to the human administrator, or even perform a predefined response. This saves administrators a lot of tedious labor in looking through many different logs, and frees their time for more important and complex administration tasks.
Key features of Log Monitor & Export:
•capability to monitor multiple log file at the same time. Each log may have fully different monitoring and exporting settings;
•allows monitor local and remote log files;
•real-time or schedules optimized monitoring;
•supports different log text or binary types;
•supports date/time stamping;
•allows archiving and pack log files;
•can send notification via email, ICQ and several other method;
•data export to ready-to-use Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word (RTF) or Adobe PDF files;
•data export to most popular databases (MSSQL, Oracle, Interbase, etc.);
•simple, menu-driven step by step set-up - programming is not required to configure the software to collect data;
•many plug-in modules that extending program features;
•It supports various operating systems. The logger runs on all versions starting from Windows 2000, including 32 and 64-bit systems.
Unlike most other log monitoring applications, Log Monitor & Export can run as a service so that it starts as soon as the operating system starts and doesn't require a user to log in and run it. It will continue to run even as user logon and logoff the workstation.
It is extremely easy to use! The configuration process is fully menu-driven and has complete, context-sensitive, on-line help. You can easily customize all input to your exact specifications. Once you see how easy it is to use Log Monitor & Export, you will never again take data readings by hand!
A good example of a case wherein a monitoring program can save an administrator a lot of hassle is with a large file system open to many users. Keeping track of directory changes, new files, file name changes, and so on would be nearly impossible without using a specialized program designed to do so. By setting a few basic rules, for instance, restricting file types to particular folders, or restricting access to certain directories, an administrator can keep the entire system in tip-top shape.
•Data logging systems;
•Remote control systems;
•Web or data servers monitoring.
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