Log Leech
Log Leech
1.5.3

4.1

Log Leech free download for Mac

Log Leech

1.5.3
13 July 2012

View system logs in easy-to-understand format.

Overview

Log Leech allows you to view your system logs in a beautiful and easy-to-understand format.

Whenever an application on your system encounters something unexpected, it typically creates a log entry in a hidden file called the console log. While every mac comes with a utility to view this file, it unhelpfully displays every log entry from every application in a big jumbled mess.

Using an innovative UI, Log Leech makes it easy to find and view the information that each application is reporting. Log Leech allows you to search, sort, and filter log entries to make system administration and troubleshooting easier than ever.

Features:

  • Search, sort, and filter log entries using a variety of tools
  • Log messages are grouped by application to make finding specific log entries quick and easy
  • View a summary of all log messages that match your filters, or quickly switch to a detailed view showing all of the entries for a particular application

What's new in Log Leech

Version 1.5.3:
  • Now signed with an official Developer ID to please OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion's Gatekeeper feature

6 Log Leech Reviews

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Sushi
28 December 2010

Most helpful

Crash on launch on my 5,5 MacBook Pro 13 SnowLeo up to date.
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Version 1.0.1
Mac007
10 July 2014
Download link and Developer link lead to 404 not found message.
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normb
23 April 2012
LL performs very well for me and does just what it says, very fast, useful and informative, easy to read and to digest.. Log files can get to be VERY large quite quickly, and the ability to examine these in a much more orderly manner than just the raw log file is just so much easier and far less daunting. The developer was very quick to respond to a small Bug only affecting Snow Leopard - thanks Andy, much appreciated.
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Version 1.5
chaznewc
21 January 2011
I like the fact that it lists the logs in a uniformed way and allows me to review errors in a nice GUI. Now if someone can create a program that points non-developers to the exact nature of the error/crash, it would be a big help.
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Version 1.2
1 answer(s)
Krystof-Vasa
Krystof-Vasa
25 January 2011
The exact nature of a crash is often hard to interpret even for a developer. :) See http://developer.apple.com/library/mac/#technotes/tn2004/tn2123.html for more info about crash reports - generally all the relevant part for you is Exception Information... Sometimes the crashed thread's stack may be of some use unless the developer stipped the debugging symbols and given he used some meaningful method/function names...
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Bedouin
10 January 2011
Ehh -- what's so hard to read about them now?
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Version 1.2
Barnyb
04 January 2011
Looks nice and feels nice. But it is missing 2 key commands. Reveal in Finder and Delete Log. Sorry but for $10 I'd rather use the Console application which not only displays my logs but also allows me to locate them on the HD or delete them too.
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Version 1.0.1
Sushi
28 December 2010
Crash on launch on my 5,5 MacBook Pro 13 SnowLeo up to date.
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Version 1.0.1
$9.99

4.1

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.7.0 or later
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