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Erriccsons Dump Eric Data Search and output script

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on Jul 16, 2001 at 19:07 UTC ( #97036=sourcecode: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

Category: Text Processing
Author/Contact Info David M. Hagens -
Description: First off this is a menu script with simple options that include multiple scripts.

Uses Erriccssons Dump_Eric decrypter for cell traffic call records and I've developed a tool to search on the encrypted file names (a ksh and a CGI, posting ksh though)
You specify the date first - Then the time - By doing this the records you pick are thinned out allowing for faster processing of the call record files. It finds the call record files by using a simple pattern match.
From top to bottom here is the process.

Search tool - Specify date & time.
sends the names of the files found to a file
then a "sed" statement is created to put dump_eric infront of all filenames in the file
then the output is sent to another file
then the awk script is run after the above is done and you put in your msisdn and the awk script searches on the output in the second file and outputs that to another file.
then after all that you can view the results.
Lastly (as we all know the files that dump_eric runs on are rather large)We delete the search results as you're done with them(You're givne the option to delete)
Only 2 flaws as I'm aware of is the fact that you can only do one search at a time or else the files with the output get overwritten if somebody else is running a search after you. (I had my own purposes for that) You can easily get around this by having the script ask you what you want to name the output files, to solve the unknown factor for other users just keep a known file extension on it.
Last flaw (not really a flaw on my part a necessity because dump_eric is picky - If you run the searchtool from a different directory it includes the fullpath in the file so your call record location output would be (for me atleast) /home/bgw/AccessBill/TTFILE.3345010602123567 and dump_eric won't take anything but the call record file name and not the path) The date&time search tools must be in the same directory as the calltrace records....All the other scripts can go anywhere you wish.
Now the code I will list below is multiple scripts each with their own heading.

NOTE: Don't forget to change your PERL path for the "#!/usr/bin/perl" as your path might be different.
NOTE: There are 3 search tools: A dateonly, a timeonly, and a date&time
NOTE: I only put in the date&time search tool because it's really easy to change this script to a timeonly or dateonly and change the menu to suit your needs so you can change it at your leisure(and to save space down here:-).
NOTE: THE AWK SCRIPT(except the part where you append or output to your file)can't have any whitespace after each line or it won't work so cut and paste it but make sure that you go through it and get rid of any after each line if there is any.

I'll list the code in order.
If any help is needed don't hesitate to contact myself at ""
Calltrace MENU
# This script is a menu and all files (Not TTFILES) associated with it
+ are located in the same directory.
# All script explanations are located within the associated script fil
+es themseleves
# This menu is quite understandable so no explanation is needed.
# Script written by David M. Hagens
# Use as you want

#! /usr/bin/sh
LOGO="Call Trace Menu"

amenu="a.    Display search results"            ;
bmenu="b.    Use a date only search"            ;
cmenu="c.    Use a time only search"            ;
dmenu="d.    Use a date range and time range search" ;
emenu="e.    Get call records"            ;
fmenu="f.    Clean up search files"            ;

badchoice () { MSG="Invalid Selection... Please Try Again" ; }

apick () { cat msisdnoutput.abbazabba | more; echo "\nPress Enter to r
+eturn to menu"; read DUMMY; }

bpick () { echo "Enter a range in the form YYMMDD-YYMMDD:>"; ./datesea
+rch TTFILE* >> calltracedate.abbazabba; }

cpick () { echo "Enter a range in the form HHMMSS-HHMMSS:>"; ./timesea
+rch TTFILE* >> calltracetime.abbazabba; }

dpick () { echo "Follow the trailing instructions:\n"; sleep 1; echo "
+Enter a search range in the form YYMMDD-YYMMDD"; echo "Then push the 
+(ENTER) key, Next"; echo "Enter a search range in the form HHMMSS-HHM
+MSS"; echo "Push the (ENTER) key again and you're done!"; ./narrowtim
+esearch TTFILE* >> calltracenarrowtime.abbazabba; }

epick () { echo "This choice makes call records readable then finds th
+e number you are looking for.\n"; echo "NOTE: This process takes hour
+s to complete because of the volume of data which is being searched.\
+n"; echo "NOTE: During the midpoint of this program you will be asked
+ to supply a msisdn.\n"; echo "Press Enter to Continue"; read DUMMY; 
+./calltracesed; }

fpick () { echo "This removes files you created during your call recor
+ds search.\n"; echo "If you wish to keep these files resident on the 
+system please choose 'n'.\n"; echo "Please remember to delete the fil
+es you created by using this menu when you no longer need them.\n"; e
+cho "Press Enter to continue"; read DUMMY; echo "Please choose 'y' fo
+r (yes) or 'n' for (no)""\n"; ./calltraceremove; }

themenu () {
echo "\t\t\t" $LOGO
echo "\t\tNOTE: Search results can only be displayed after option 'd' 
+has been completed."
echo "\t\tNOTE: You must do an 'b' 'c' or 'd' search before executing 
+option 'd'\n"
echo "\t\tPlease Select:"
echo "\t\t\t" $amenu
echo "\t\t\t" $bmenu
echo "\t\t\t" $cmenu
echo "\t\t\t" $dmenu
echo "\t\t\t" $emenu
echo "\t\t\t" $fmenu
echo "\t\t\tx. Exit"
echo $MSG
echo Select by pressing the letter and then ENTER;

while true
read answer

case $answer in
a|A) apick;;
b|B) bpick;;
c|C) cpick;;
d|D) dpick;;
e|E) epick;;
f|F) fpick;;
x|X) break;;

*) badchoice;;

#!/usr/bin/perl -w 
my %mylist; 
my $datemin;
my $datemax;
my $timemin;
my $timemax;
my $range; 
my $rangex;
# get the range (in this throwtogether it must be entered 
# with no spaces in the form YYMMDD-YYMMDD) 
# Get the range 
$range = <STDIN>; 
$rangex = <STDIN>;
# Break up the range 
($datemin, $datemax) = split /-/, $range;
($timemin, $timemax) = split /-/, $rangex;
# Squeeze out leading and trailing spaces 
$datemin =~ s/^\s+//; 
$datemin =~ s/\s+$//; 
$timemin =~ s/^\s+//;
$timemin =~ s/\s+$//;
$datemax =~ s/^\s+//; 
$datemax =~ s/\s+$//; 
$timemax =~ s/^\s+//;
$timemax =~ s/\s+$//;
# Get the filenames and break into fields 
chomp(@ARGV = <STDIN>) unless @ARGV;  
for (@ARGV) { 
if ($_ =~ m/(\w+)\.(\d{4})(\d{6})(\d{6})$/) { 
# push the restricted range of filenames onto a hash of arrays 
# keyed on the date field 
if (($3>= $datemin) && ($3 <= $datemax) && ($4>= $timemin) && ($4 <= $
+timemax)) { 
push(@{$mylist{$3}}, $_); 
my @keys = sort (keys %mylist); 
foreach my $key (@keys) { 
foreach my $thing (@{%mylist}{$key}){ 
foreach my $it (@$thing) { 
print "$it\n"; 
# This script first makes a file then appends to a file.  The reason i
+t has to append to a file is a sed command is involved
# Which will then make the appended to file executable.  Then it is ex
+ecuted with dump_eric and it's output is appended to another file
# Because without this file being executed the next script "calltrace.
+awk" can't read the output to draw out a msisdn
# Calltrace.awk finds the msisdn (phone number) you are looking for.
# Script Written by David M. Hagens

#! /usr/bin/ksh
echo "Please choose the name corelating to your search:\n"; echo "'cal
+ltracedate.abbazabba' for a date search"; echo "'calltracetime.abbaza
+bba' for time search"; echo " or"; echo "'calltracenarrowtime.abbazab
+ba' for a more specific search\n"; echo "Which trace file do you want
+:>\c "
if [ "$ANSWER" = "calltracedate.abbazabba" ]; then
sed -e 's/^/\dump_eric /' calltracedate.abbazabba >> calltrace2.abbaza
+bba; chmod 777 calltrace2.abbazabba; ./calltrace2.abbazabba >> output
+.abbazabba; calltrace.awk; break;
[ "$ANSWER" = "calltracetime.abbazabba" ]; then sed -e 's/^/\dump_eric
+ /' calltracetime.abbazabba >> calltrace2.abbazabba; chmod 777 calltr
+ace2.abbazabba; ./calltrace2.abbazabba >> output.abbazabba; calltrace
+.awk; break;
sed -e 's/^/\dump_eric /' calltracenarrowtime.abbazabba >> calltrace2.
+abbazabba; chmod 777 calltrace2.abbazabba; ./calltrace2.abbazabba >> 
+output.abbazabba; calltrace.awk; break
# Asks input for what msisdn (phone number) you are looking for and th
+en it appends it's output to a file otherwise it is displayed on scre
# The fields Called, Calling, Redirecting, are fields pulled out of th
# Script written by David M. Hagens
# Copyright Airadigm Communications

#! /usr/bin/sh
echo "What msisdn?"
read msisdn
awk "BEGIN{ msisdn=\"$msisdn\"; }"'
{ #printf("%s\n", ARGV[2])
line14 =line13
line13 =line12
line12 =line11
line11 =line10
line10 =line9
line9 =line8
line8 =line7
line7 =line6
line6 =line5
line5 =line4
line4 =line3
line3 =line2
line2 =line1
line1 =$0 } /Called/ {if(match($9,msisdn)) a=1;}
a>0 {if(a==1&&match(line12,"MSTerm")) {print "\n" line12"\n" line2"\n"
if(a==1&&match(line11,"TRANSIT")) {print "\n" line11"\n" line2"\n"line
+1; Transit=1}
if((a==8||a==9||a==10)&&MSTerm)  print $0
if((a==6||a==7||a==8)&&Transit)  print $0
if (a++>10) { a=0;MSTerm=0;Transit=0};
/Calling/ {if(match($9,msisdn)) b=1;}
b>0 {if(b==1&&match(line10,"MSORIG")) {print "\n" line10"\n";  MSOrig=
if(b==1&&match(line10,"TRANSIT")){print "\n" line10"\n";  Transit=1}
if((b<=2||b==5||b==7||b==8)&&MSOrig)  print $0
if((b<=2||b==7||b==8||b==9)&&Transit)  print $0
if (b++>8) { b=0; MSOrig=0;Transit=0};
/Redirecting/ {if(match($8,msisdn)) c=1;}
c>0 {if(c==1&&match(line14,"CallForward")) print "\n" line14"\n" line5
+"\n" line4"\n" ;
if(b<=5)  print $0
if (c++>5) { c=0;};
}' output.abbazabba >> msisdnoutput.abbazabba; echo "The file with you
+r search results is called "msisdnoutput.abbazabba""
# This script removes files created by the user doing a calltrace.
# if answer is "n" stop the script if the answer is "y" remove all .ab
+bazabba files
# Files have .abbazabba extension so when they are removed vital syste
+m files will not accidentally be removed
# Script written by David M. Hagens 
# Copyright Airadigm Communication

#! /usr/bin/sh
echo "Are you sure you want to remove these files"
if [ "$ANSWER" = "n" ]; then sleep 1; break;
[ "$ANSWER" = "y" ]; then rm *.abbazabba;
echo "Bad Option"; echo "Please answer y(yes) or n(no)"; read ANSWER

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