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Author : Luc
Date: 2004/06/15 08:35

Ayyiieee! I almost wet my pants from enthousiasm when I saw the first graphs after
tinkering for 2 days with httpd.conf, the access rights of folders and the paths in the 2
perl scripts to get it working (entirely my fault, I never saw a perl script before and
didn't well know what I was doing)! This is soooooooo damn cool! Gazillion thanks, Mike!

One question: does anybody know how to get this working with compressed log files (in .gz
format)? That would save me a lot of disk space.

Running on Mac OS X (10.3.4).

luc

 Re: compressed log files (.gz) as input? [ Reply ] [ Back to Index ] Top Bottom

Author : Mike
Date: 2004/07/16 19:43

Assuming your files are called access_log.200406xx.gz (or whatever), you can use something
like :

zcat access_log.200406* | perl awebvisit.pl

to process all gzipped files for the month of June.

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