LogZilla offers three installation types to help fit your individual environment
The Subversion [ Wikipedia] method is the best way to keep your LogZilla installation updated. The SVN method is the easiest to install and keep updated with the latest patches.
Our Ready2Run VM is a quick, easy way to evaluate LogZilla that can be up and running in minutes. However, these VMs are not configured for high scale environments (small CPU, memory and disks) so that your download can remain relatively small.
If you decide to deploy LogZilla in a full capacity later on, you will most likely want to use the tarball or SVN methods mentioned above at that time.
If you are using Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS and have installed the basic LAMP stack on a fresh OS, LogZilla v4.25 and up includes a "kickstart" script that you may download and run directly from your server.
This script will set up the entire system for you.
LogZilla v4.0 is the latest stable release.
Our public subversion server provides up-to-date bug fixes and enhancements.
Live Update Notifications
Note that for some updates, it will be necessary to re-run scripts/install.pl (usually when database changes are needed).
For this reason, it is extremely important that you subscribe to our RSS or twitter feeds to be notified when it should be done.
VMWare Server and ESX Versions
This VM is running LogZilla v4.x on Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS Server X_64
Please report any trouble to http://support.logzilla.pro
|MySQL root password:||mysql|
|Web interface:||Browse to http://<ip>|
|IP Address:||This server is set to use DHCP to obtain an IP addess. The IP obtained will be displayed on the console at bootup.|
|Upgrading||This VM Version of LogZilla is able to update directly from our Subversion server.|
For some updates, it will be necessary to re-run scripts/install.pl (usually when database changes are needed).
Subscribe to the RSS feed (if you are a Microsoft Outlook user, you can add our RSS feed there and get emailed when updates are available).
|Follow @lzupdates on Twitter (note that you will not get the full text of SVN updates).|
|Timezone||This server is configured for Eastern Standard Time (EST), you will need to set the timezone to your locale.|
|Set TZ command||dpkg-reconfigure tzdata|
Downloads - NOTE: All VMWare images require a 64bit CPU!
VMWare Server, Workstation or Player Deployments
|To Install: Select "file>Deploy OVF Template" from within your VMWare client|