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Perforce Releases Server Log Analyzer



Perforce Software has released the Perforce Server Log Analyzer (PSLA), a free Web service that gives system administrators a diagnostic view of their Perforce Server and identifies opportunities to increase its performance and availability.

"Perforce's centralized server has always provided a single source of information to audit usage," said Jason Novecosky, development manager at Perforce Software. "Until now, our server diagnostics had to be installed on your system. With PSLA, we take that extra work out of the equation."

The new Perforce Server Log Analyzer lets administrators upload their Perforce Server log files for instant analysis. Administrators are given secure access to their log files and diagnostic results, which can be stored for up to 10 days.

The Perforce Server Log Analyzer is available at https://kb.perforce.com/psla. Developers are invited to download and evaluate Perforce free, including free technical support during evaluation.


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