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Re: Squid + Data accounting

squid comes up with an snmp agent of it's own which give you some interesting
accounting data's (basically each client ip address with accounting info, exactly
what you need). On the other hand, there is no support for network based accounting
(same thing but for ip ranges). I made a patch for this ages ago, if you need i 
probably can dig this out.


On Sun, Jan 19, 2003 at 06:32:38PM +1100, Simon Bland wrote:
> I'm grabbing all their data, but what I want from squid is how much it's
> pulled down for each IP not counting what it's handed back from cache if
> you see what I mean.
> On Sun, Jan 19, 2003 at 05:11:39PM +1000, Brad Lay wrote:
> > This is what I do, but I don't use squid to do the accounting, I do it on
> > a per-IP basis, that way I get a more accurate account of the usage (ftp?
> > kazaa?). I use netacct-mysql <http://netacct-mysql.sourceforge.net/>
> > 
> > Check it out, pretty dahm sweet. If you're still bent on doing it on a
> > squid level tho, I'd suggest these few squid log analyizing programs.
> > 
> > calamaris - Log analyzer for Squid or Oops proxy log files
> > sarg - Squid Analysis Report Generator
> > 
> > 
> > Regards,
> > 
> > Brad Lay
> > (brad@coombabah.net)
> > 
> > 


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