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Logstalgia is an open-source utility that visualizes Apache and Nginx access.log files using OpenGL, and is available for GNU/Linux and Windows operating systems.
Logstalgia is unique in that it provides a visualization of web requests that allows users to analyze the logs from a web server in real-time by using the keyboard to hit the ball and watch it travel across the screen.
The visualization is based on the algorithm of an arcade game called Pong, where balls can land anywhere on the screen. The different colors and the ball size make them easy to distinguish.
For each request, a screen section is dynamically resized to fit the content. This is useful as it allows the path of the request to be followed.
Nodes are dynamically added to the visualization so that they can be shared across different paths. For example, links can point from a node representing the root path to one representing an application path, representing a directory.
Logstalgia can also play and reverse the access.log files in real-time, allowing users to watch the content being fetched by a web server.
This is especially interesting when the server is going through a change or performing maintenance because the web server can be monitored in real-time.
Logstalgia uses a small and light-weight JAR file, which allows it to run in real-time. It also requires OpenGL, and will not work without the open-source JAR file.
Please note that Logstalgia does not require a network connection or external access to a server. However, it will not work without access to the log files and database of the server.
The visuals can be compared with the following visualization tool.
Logstash – Graphite integration – Source:
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Logstalgia uses Apache access.log files and can read Nginx access.log files as well.
This blog post is about the Logstash plugin, which can be used to integrate Logstalgia with Graphite.
The two logstash plugins are linked to each other using an “httpin” event, and a similar event is used to carry the access.log files from the logstash plugin into logstalgia.
Logstalgia also provides the ability to output back to Graphite, using a common datasource.
Access.log

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Important

This is an alpha release, please do not use it for production. At this stage the application is still very unstable and could crash at any time. Bugs and memory leaks are frequent and unless reported in the bug tracker, they will never be fixed.

Review of the changes made in this version:
* On Linux, the program now builds the shared object with a name which is the same as the python3 module and thus – for example – a symbolic link is created:
ln -s project name-1.0.0.zip/lib/python3.5/site-packages/project/nome-1.0.0.so
* on OS X, an archive with a zip extension is created and then renamed as release-3.0.0.zip
* on Windows, the zip file is renamed to release-3.0.0.exe
* the most important change was the addition of python3 support

On the desktop:
* Snapshots are now available in the repository
* A release was done in github.io

Version 1.0.0 – 29th december 2014

New Features:
* Initial support for OS X
* Support for SHA1 hashes
* Support for the “X-Originating-IP” header
* Live reloading of the screen
* Pressing F10 and F11 to toggle between fullscreen and windowed mode
* Changing visual depth or video mode can crash the program (see bug tracker)

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Important

This is an alpha release, please do not use it for production. At this stage the application is still very unstable and could crash at any time. Bugs and memory leaks are frequent and unless reported in the bug tracker, they will never be fixed.

Review of the changes made in this version:
* On Linux, the program now builds the shared object with a name which is the same as the python3 module and thus – for example – a symbolic link is created:
ln -s project name-1.0.0.zip/lib/python3.5/site-packages/project/nome-1.0.0.so
* on OS X, an archive with a zip extension is created and then renamed as release-3.0.0.zip
* on Windows, the zip file is renamed to release-3.0.0.exe
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Logstalgia

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Logstalgia makes it possible to replay web server access logs using an arcade-style pong game.
The utility is based on the popular and highly-acclaimed Python “Pong” arcade game and is a greatly simplified version of it.
A complete visual simulation of an HTTP request is employed using OpenGL. A number of features are available, including;
* A model of the host architecture to simulate the wide range of path prefixes that might be seen in real world environments.
* A variety of game modes can be selected to replay access logs.
* Several standard web server access log file formats are supported, including nginx, apache, and more.
* A variety of optimization tweaks and settings can be adjusted to alter the behavior of the game.
* A config file is provided for enabling the game to run without command-line arguments.

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E-mail, text or binary files can contain different kinds of data. Not all of them, however, can be easily displayed or compared in a meaningful manner.
Our web server logs module, Logstalgia, features a compact 3D visualization of e-mail and log data, allowing the viewers to instantly recognize the type of data and the time when the messages were sent or received. The module is based on a powerful and fast 3D engine.
Furthermore, the module can handle email messages up to 80MB in size and log files in a Web log format, capable of storing messages up to 60KB in size.
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Seraph is a multi-platform software application for the visualization and analysis of computer network traffic. Seraph enables network administrators and security researchers to view and analyze network and computer traffic on any Linux or UNIX system. Seraph’s visualizations are generated using Python, a powerful scripting language designed to allow network applications to provide rich user interfaces and control at a very low cost. Seraph is distributed as a static archive for convenience. Seraph is built on top of several libraries including the Zulu package manager. Zulu is a fork of the old Debian package management system (apt), providing both command line and web interface management.
Seraph 1.x:
Seraph 1.x requires a free version of Zulu installed on the target machine. Seraph 1.x was written with only LAMP in mind; systems not including LAMP aren’t supported. Seraph 1.x is built from the source code at
The hypervisor based system, Virtualbox, is unsupported. Seraph 1.x requires the zulu 3.5 beta.
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System Requirements For Logstalgia:

Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10 with a 64-bit CPU.
4GB of RAM is recommended.
1GB of available disk space is required to install and play the game.
Gain early access to the Beta by registering below.Weekly Update (Week 10): Every week I try to compile a quick update of my weekly (and monthly) progress. While I normally don’t update so frequently, I did manage to find time last week for a quick update. As always, feel free to comment down below with any questions

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