Re: Apache multi log analyze
On Tue, May 06, 2003 at 12:39:15AM +0200, Eduard Ballester wrote:
> I've a web server farm in load balance...
> I would like analyze all logs that they are rotated daily and kept in
> backup system.
> I could consolidate them into a single log file (sorted by time) and then
Some analyzers do this automatically, otherwise a
'cat logfiles | sort -k4 [-T /somebigdisk/tmp ] > thebiglog' will do. If you
use clf (Common Logfile Format) ofcourse, the -T argument for sort is to
ommit /tmp which can be a too small partition for this big sorting jobs on some machines.
> analize it but this single file is very large and I cannot keep it in disk
> by many days. I'm looking for a tool that is able to keep historical from
> each log analyzed and shows the accumulated results (by day, by week, by
> month, by year,...) something like MRTG (perhaps this is not a good
> comparison). do you understand me?
Looking at freshmeat now I see a combination of analog and 'Report Magic'
which look much pretier then webalizer and are both made debian packages.
For some customers we use Nettracker which is very nice in my opinion but (eurosign).
Maarten van der Hoef