JournalSinceBoot file /sos_commands/logs/journalctl_--no-pager_--boot

class insights.parsers.journal_since_boot.JournalSinceBoot(context)[source]

Bases: Syslog

Read the /sos_commands/logs/journalctl_--no-pager_--boot file. Uses the Syslog class parser functionality - see the base class for more details.

Sample log lines:

-- Logs begin at Wed 2017-02-08 15:18:00 CET, end at Tue 2017-09-19 09:25:27 CEST. --
May 18 15:13:34 lxc-rhel68-sat56 jabberd/sm[11057]: session started: jid=rhn-dispatcher-sat@lxc-rhel6-sat56.redhat.com/superclient
May 18 15:13:36 lxc-rhel68-sat56 wrapper[11375]: --> Wrapper Started as Daemon
May 18 15:13:36 lxc-rhel68-sat56 wrapper[11375]: Launching a JVM...
May 18 15:24:28 lxc-rhel68-sat56 yum[11597]: Installed: lynx-2.8.6-27.el6.x86_64
May 18 15:36:19 lxc-rhel68-sat56 yum[11954]: Updated: sos-3.2-40.el6.noarch

Note

Because journal timestamps by default have no year, the year of the logs will be inferred from the year in your timestamp. This will also work around December/January crossovers.

Examples

>>> JournalSinceBoot.filters.append('wrapper')
>>> JournalSinceBoot.token_scan('daemon_start', 'Wrapper Started as Daemon')
>>> msgs = shared[JournalSinceBoot]
>>> len(msgs.lines)
>>> wrapper_msgs = msgs.get('wrapper') # Can only rely on lines filtered being present
>>> wrapper_msgs[0]
{'timestamp': 'May 18 15:13:36', 'hostname': 'lxc-rhel68-sat56',
 'procname': wrapper[11375]', 'message': '--> Wrapper Started as Daemon',
 'raw_message': 'May 18 15:13:36 lxc-rhel68-sat56 wrapper[11375]: --> Wrapper Started as Daemon'
}
>>> msgs.daemon_start # Token set if matching lines present in logs
True