Jilo (JItsi Logs Observer) is a collection of tools for Jitsi logs monitoring. Written in Bash with minimal external requirements, it is easy to install on all kind of GNU/Linux servers in a Jitsi Meet platform.


Currently this has two components:

  • jilo is the script for collecting data from the logs. It is meant to be installed and run on the server and it needs read permissions for the logs. Currently it works with Videobridge and Jicofo log files. You can run it with cron to periodically update the new data from the logs.
  • jilo-cli is a command-line client for displaying stats from an already populated jilo database It needs access to the jilo database.


You can install it in the following ways:

  • use the latest deb package from the APT repo – recommended for Debian/Ubuntu
  • use the latest RPM package – recommended for rpm-based systems
  • download the latest release from the “Releases” section in one of the git repos
  • clone one of the git repos


The database can be an SQLite file or MySQL/MariaDB database. The default is local sqlite file.

The config file jilo.conf overrides the default settings. For more details check the comments in the scripts or use the –help option

Source code

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