Thank you for your answer Jan, but to be honest I don't really know how to
do that with decorators. As you can see in the screenshot the lines already
comes with the ANSI escape color sequence but are shown in cyan on Graylog.
2016-09-18 11:51 GMT+01:00 Jan Doberstein <j...@jalogisch.de>:
> Hi Tony,
> I have a question. Is it possible have different color for different entry
> status in Tomcat log files?
> For example when I watch the log files in Graylog (Messages) all entries
> are blue and is difficult identify in real time any error or warn, which is
> possible with tail -f in a console terminal. So I would like to see Yellow
> for Warn, Red for Error, Green for INFO.
> Is it possible?
> I guess that the Message Decorators are what you are looking for:
> For the use case you described I did not know a ready to use decorator,
> but you should be able to create your own.
> with kind regards
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