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Re: How do I jump to the point I last checked a file at?

by nate (Monk)
on Feb 03, 2000 at 03:41 UTC ( [id://2766]=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to How do I jump to the point I last checked a file at?

the problem with apache logs is that they aren't a fixed length record within the file. This makes going to a specific record much more difficult.

One thing you could do is use a daemon, rather than a cron job to read from the file as apache writes to it (ala 'tail -f'). That way, you could change your statistics periodically, rather than having to mow through the file every n minutes.

Or use analog...

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