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Re^2: Scalable Perl Webalizer Alternative(s)

by skx (Parson)
on Jul 02, 2008 at 10:02 UTC ( #695114=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


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I'm going to assume that you're talking about my asql tool, which was previously mentioned here as Querying Apache logfiles via SQL, and can be very useful for ad-hoc queries.

But being console based it does lack the prettyness of awstats, webalizer, etc.

Steve
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Re^3: Scalable Perl Webalizer Alternative(s)
by lihao (Monk) on Jul 02, 2008 at 14:12 UTC

    Hi, Steve:

    your tool is very cool! it can be even better if you can add a '-e' command-line switch like MySQL's, then we can easily automate sending the output data to generate graphs or tables without the need of 'expect' script to handle the interactive things. i.e.

    asql -e 'select source, sum(size) from logs group by source' > ip_tr +affic.dat

    thanks

    lihao

      The way I do that is via the --file=xxx option, that lets me load data and run reports.

      But the idea of -e/--execute is good, I guess that would suggest a --load=/var/log/apache/access.log* flag to go along with it, because otherwise you'd need to edit the startup file to load the data first!

      I'll add both flags, and send you a PM when they're present. Sometime today I'm sure :)

      Steve
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[ovedpo15]: another question about regex. if I have a string like this: "a/b/,c/d/e,5" I would like to remove the string after the last comma so the output will be "a/b/,c/d/e" how to do so?
[Corion]: ovedpo15: You could split on comma, and then join everything together, except the last part. Or you could match and make sure that the last part has no comma, like qr!,[^,]+$!, or you could use rindex.
[ovedpo15]: But I don't know the length of the string. will it still work?
[ovedpo15]: The only thing I know is that there is a comma at the end and a value after that
[hippo]: Try it and see. Your computer won't explode.
[Corion]: length will tell you the length of a string.
[Corion]: But if you are parsing CSV, again, let me point to Text::CSV_XS, which you should use instead

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