Showing posts from September, 2012

Django Log Files Viewer documents

Django Log File Viewer. This is a PYPI package django-log-file-viewer documents.
Github repo: Usage: Useful to add log files view functionality to your Django admin web site.
Instead of using database log files storage, it gives you ability to store/view log files through GUI.
It requires a directory with Django log files to function. E.g. directory structure:

$ project_dir/logs/: applog.log applog.log.2012-09-22... errors.log applog.log.2012-09-22...

To parse/display these log files you need: 1. Install an app and add it to your INSTALLED_APPS section:
# INSTALLED_APPS =(# ...'django-log-file-viewer',# ...) 2. Set UP 2 django variables in
# LOG_FILES_DIR ='/path/to/your/log/directory'# Relative or static path string of your log files directory.# I recommend using more pythonic way of defining tis with os module. E.g. :# L…

SSH Unix/Lunux Recipes for daily usage.

I've decided to create a post with several recipes for commands I need to use daily. I use them from a Mac OS X Lion default console, except for some mac ports installed... Remote is special linux distribution.
How do I Compress a Whole Linux or UNIX Directory?  You need to use tar command as follows (syntax of tar command): tar -zcvf archive-name.tar.gz directory-name
-z: Compress archive using gzip program-c: Create archive-v: Verbose i.e display progress while creating archive-f: Archive File name For example, you have directory called /home/garmoncheg/data and you would like to compress this directory then you can type tar command as follows: $ tar -zcvf data.tar.gz /home/garmoncheg/data/ Above command will create an archive file called data.tar.gz in current directory. If you wish to restore your archive then you need to use following command (it will extract all files in current directory): $ tar -zxvf data.tar.gz Where,
-x: Extract files Put or Retrieve a file from/…