Bad news. The server hosting The Ruby Toolbox went bust on the evening of June 7th. While I do have backups, the original source code is in a very outdated state so I currently don't feel it makes sense to try and get it running again.

For the time being, here is a very stripped down version of the Ruby Toolbox's contents.

Update June 13th: I'd like to invite you to join the discussion on the future of the Toolbox on github. You can also get in touch directly on Twitter.

Christoph

Category
Log Analysis

 Score 6.39

logstash

 Score 3.41

Graylog2

Request log analyzer's purpose is to find out how your web application is being used, how it performs and to focus your optimization efforts. This tool will parse all requests in the application's log file and aggregate the information. Once it is finished parsing the log file(s), it will show the requests that take op most server time using various metrics. It can also insert all parsed request information into a database so you can roll your own analysis. It supports Rails-, Merb- and Rack-based applications logs, Apache and Amazon S3 access logs and MySQL slow query logs out of the box, but file formats of other applications can easily be supported by supplying an easy to write log file format definition.

 Score 0.19

central_logger

Centralized logging for rails apps using MongoDB. The idea and the core code is from http://github.com/peburrows/central_logger

 Score 0.06

ntail

A tail(1)-like utility for nginx log files. It supports parsing, filtering and formatting individual log lines.

 Rubygem ntail
 Github pvdb/ntail
 Score 0.04

indy

Indy is a log archaeology library that treats logs like data structures. Search standard or custom log formats by field and/or time.

 Rubygem indy
 Github bfaloona/Indy
 Score 0.0

log_file

this is gem is useful to check the log file data in browser

 Rubygem log_file