I'm saving configuration data in csv, and after I process it to generate useful output and diagrams (with blockdiag |python, I don't know if there is something similar inside perl world|)
I want to sumarize the logs files, I will take a look to logstatd 1. I would like to draw rrdtool graphics with info about how many logs (and of which class) are thought the time. Generally I run this script on the fly to generate stats and (in the future) graphics.
Without nested structured I could not get config/logs info (ehi! I could create classes and objects and play with oo, but I prefer to do it with perl structures)
Thank you for your valuable tips!
PD: Is there any tip behind "pre / pre " to not use html style in perlmonks comments ?
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