Tools for the analysis of logs in distributed systems


Summary: We have developed an approach and a toolkit for the analysis of logs in distributed systems. In this approach, the necessary formal model or models are constructed from collected execution traces and are then validated in relation with a set of properties defined by the users that cover functional and non-functional requirements. 

 

Result : The project resulted in a toolkit containing modelling components that can extract the models from different types of trace (for example: traffic-control systems and GSM, GPRS and UMTS systems), a library of property specifications based on a set of 80 basic blocks, the integration of an existing model-checker and a more user-friendly interface.

 

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