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Are there any tools for analyzing the Odoo logs? Like having a report based on different events / errors over time.

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Holden Rehg
on 3/21/16, 4:43 PM 631 views

Hello,

Are there any tools for analyzing the Odoo logs? It would be interesting to get a report based on different events / errors that have been recorded in the Odoo logs over time.

Holden

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Motez
On 3/22/16, 10:42 AM

You can also restrict yout log level to error so you are manage your log more easily.

I currently have this set to debug_rpc on our production instance.

Holden Rehg
on 3/22/16, 10:44 AM
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BooRad
On 10/10/16, 4:54 AM

I have found some plugins for Munin that work with Odoo's logs. Gives you an idea at least how you can grep to extract information you need https://gist.github.com/dreispt/5d21790a0119d8648162

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Axel Mendoza
On 3/22/16, 12:35 AM

There are plenty of tools to monitor logs, nagios, shinken, munin, raven - sentry, just pick one.

We are using Munin to monitor server performance and pgbadger as a log analyzer for Postgres, but none of these tools can create relevant reports specifically for Odoo. It would need to understand what / how Odoo is logging. For example, how many bus exceptions happen, rpc average response time over a date range, or other data like that.

Holden Rehg
on 3/22/16, 10:34 AM

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