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ccze - A robust log colorizer
ccze [options] <logfile
This manual page documents briefly the ccze utility, which is a drop-in replacement for
colorize, but written in C, to be faster and less resource-hungry. The goal was to be
fully backwards compatible, yet superior with respect to speed and features.
These programs follow the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with
two dashes (`-'). A summary of options is included below.
-a, --argument PLUGIN=ARGUMENTS
Use this option to pass ARGUMENTS to the specified PLUGIN. The argument list is
If one wants to enable raw ANSI color sequences instead of using curses, this
option does just that.
-c, --color KEY=COLOR
Set the color of the keyword KEY to COLOR, like one would do in one of the
Convert unix timestamp to readable date format (in oops and squid logs, for
-F, --rcfile rcfile
Read rcfile as a configuration file upon startup, instead of the default ones.
Instead of colorising the input onto the console, output it in HTML format instead.
List all available (loaded) plugins, along with their type and a short description.
-m, --mode mode
Change the output mode. Available modes are curses, ansi and html.
-o, --options OPTIONS...
CCZE is able to toggle some of its features with this option. You can toggle the
scroll, wordcolor, lookups, and transparent features, or you can fiddle with
cssfile. All of these are enabled by default, except cssfile. One can turn them off
by prefixing the option with a "no".
With scroll, one can enable or disable scrolling. If the output is not redirected,
it is wise to leave it enabled.
The wordcolor option makes ccze search for different keywords in unparsed input,
and color those too. Since it is quite fast, and makes the output look better, it
is recommended to leave this enabled.
However, lookups is an option that might be better to disable. When on, ccze will
try to look up usernames, service names, and lots of other stuff, which will slow
down coloring a great deal. If one is piping a long log through ccze, this option
might be turned off to speed up the process.
With the transparent option, one can make CCZE treat black background colors as
transparent - that means, a black background will appear transparent in a similar X
terminal. If turned off, it will appear as black.
If cssfile is set, then CCZE will not inline the Cascading Style Sheet information
into the outputted HTML, but include a link to the external stylesheet given in
-p, --plugin PLUGIN
While the default action is to load all plugins (see the Plugins section below),
when this option is present, only the specified plugins will be loaded. If one
knows what kind of log will be piped through ccze, using this option may result in
a slight speedup.
Syslog-ng puts the facility level before log messages. With this switch, these can
be cut off.
--help Show summary of options and exit.
Show version of program.
Different programs have different kind of logs, and every kind of log ccze supports is
implemented via a plug-in. They are by default located under /usr/lib/ccze and $HOME/.ccze
(so they can be overridden by the user easily).
At the moment, the following modules are bundled with the official release:
apm For coloring apmd's logs.
distcc For coloring distccd's logs. (See distccd(1))
exim For coloring exim's main.log. (See exim(8))
For coloring fetchmail's log files. (See fetchmail(1))
For coloring ftpStats compatible log files, such as Pure-FTPD's Stats log format.
httpd For coloring apache-style access.log and error.log files. (See apache(8))
As a side-effect, all compatible formats, like pure-ftpd(8)'s common-log format is
also supported by this plugin.
For coloring icecast/icecast.log and icecast/usage.log files. (See icecast(8))
oops For coloring oops/oops.log files.
php For coloring php.log files.
For coloring postfix logs. (See postfix(1))
For coloring procmail's log file. (See procmail(1))
For coloring proftpd's access.log and auth.log files. (See proftpd(8))
squid For coloring squid's access.log, store.log and cache.log files. (See squid(8))
sulog For coloring sulog files. (See su(1))
super For coloring super.log files. (See super(1))
syslog For coloring generic syslog messages. (See syslogd(8))
ulogd For coloring ulogd logs.
vsftpd For coloring vsftpd.log files. (See vsftpd(8))
For coloring xferlog files. (See xferlog(5))
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