Parsing Tuxedo Logs

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Parsing Tuxedo Logs

Right now I am parsing Tuxedo logs to calculate response times for various services. I was hoping to find a log tool that had support for Tuxedo and would generate drill down html reports.

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I just wanted to add that I have found one tool that is pretty nice but it only runs interactively in MS Windows. And doesn't have the ability to print or export it's results.

Tuxedo Performance Analyzer
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