Parser to atlassian-stash-profiler.log?


I know that Atlassian must have such parser in theys Support Tools :)

Is it available to customers?


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I usually read the Stash log files into Excel and use the (auto-)filtering option to find the lines of interest.

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Hi Alexey,

The parser is available at The README contains instructions on how to use it.



This parser that i know :) It for access.log only. Not for profiler logs. I need for profiler.

Ah sorry, I didn't read the question carefully enough. We currently don't have a parser for the profiler logs :(. I usually grep for slow response times or specific patterns in the logs. What are you looking for with respect to the profiler logs?

I like to grep of 'total' times. To detect where was super slow thread or function

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