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#!/usr/bin/perl # ilf - input line frequency/time event visualization (slf@dreamscape. +org) # a steven fountain creation most definitely:) hire me? # i do it all for the praise and the word of mouth # # psuedo-math for 'blinky light over time' w/duct tape for general uni +xy things # # screenshots of its predecessor's output at http://dreamscape.org/swi +m/index.php/article/1120892317 # this version is capable of much much more:) # >> instant war room << # screenshots @ http://dreamscape.org/code/ilf-war.png # (using xterm's) http://dreamscape.org/code/ilf-war # (using eterm's) http://dreamscape.org/code/ilf-war-eterm # # Come back later and check out this file again at http://dreamscape.o +rg/code/ilf # as it may be updated and improved! # $usage = "------------------------------------------------------------ +-------- ilf - input line frequency/time event visualization DSC Ops Research Group - http://dreamscape.org/ (slf@) organicly evolved from: http://dreamscape.org/code/tdpc -------------------------------------------------------------------- you will see two things: symbols that show timechanges (also indicating a line was seen), and secondly symbols that happen so quickly a timechange has not happened. you can customize the colors of each of these w/ -c -t -------------------------------------------------------------------- psuedo-math for 'blinky light over time' w/ducttape it all started because I pondered to myself . o O \"I wonder how frequently I make my neighbors w/love:) wireless light blink..\" ..then it evolved! -------------------------------------------------------------------- screenshots of its predecessor's output can be found at http://dreamscape.org/swim/index.php/article/1120892317 this version is capable of much much more:) screenshots @ http://dreamscape.org/code/ilf-war.png >> instant war room << (using xterm's) http://dreamscape.org/code/ilf-war (using eterm's) http://dreamscape.org/code/ilf-war-eterm -------------------------------------------------------------------- General options: -b 'REGEX' pattern that allways triggers bold -i 'REGEX' pattern that allways triggers reverse -F 'REGEX' pattern that allways triggers blink -r 'REGEX' pattern that triggers reverse ON -R 'REGEX' pattern that triggers reverse OFF -k 'REGEX' pattern that triggers blinking ON -K 'REGEX' pattern that triggers blinking OFF -f 'STR' color choice for \"he's on fire!\" mode -L INT the limit that triggers \"he's on fire!\" mode (the default is 50 within .1s (1 ms)) -l enable internal logging to ilf.log ($0 | tee -a ilf.log.color is cooler) -m INT number of lines to represent on each line in our visualization (the default is 50) -c 'STR' color choice for really fast lines -t 'STR' color choice for time changes -h display this help -H drop this help text to ilf.txt and less it -z FLOAT sleep this much time instead of default 1s \"builtin\" function: -N [-n[O]] [-d] : track output of lsof (network status) -S [-n[O]] [-d] : track output of lsof (system status) -W [-n[0]] [-d] : track output of who (login activity) -s [-n[O]] [-d] : track output of ps auxfw (process activity) -D 'command line' [-n[o]] [-d] : track \"command\" output Usage: $0 'command line' $0 -- command [args ...] $0 -d command [args ...] (is equivilant to -- but with debug) $0 builtin {-D|-N|-S|-W|-s} [options ...] $0 builtin -D 'tail -1000 /var/log/*.log' -n $0 -w $0 -H "; use Term::ANSIColor; use Time::HiRes qw(time); $|=1; # autoflushing (required) use Getopt::Std; $specificly = shift || die "$usage"; if ($specificly =~ /^-H/) { open HELP, "> ilf.txt"; print HELP "$usage"; close HELP; system "less ilf.txt"; print "The help file exists as ilf.txt if you need to refer to it ag +ain.\n"; exit; } sub printandorlog { # no color for the log, sorry ;) just perl ilf -- blah | tee -a ilf. +log.color my $msg=shift; print "$msg"; print LOG "$msg" if ($l eq 1); } if ($specificly eq '-d') { printandorlog "# Letting you get away with ghetto option evading. ;) +\n"; $specificly = join ' ', @ARGV; printandorlog "# Enabling debugging too. This is the only option you + get. ;);)\n"; $d = 1; } elsif ($specificly eq '-w') { print "Retrieving http://dreamscape.org/code/ilf-war to ./ilf-war .. +\n"; system "wget -O ilf-war http://dreamscape.org/code/ilf-war"; print "Adding execute bit to ./ilf-war ..\n"; system "chmod +x ilf-war"; print "Running ./ilf-war ..\n"; system "./ilf-war &"; exit; } elsif ($specificly eq '--') { printandorlog "# Letting you get away with ghetto option evading. ;) +\n"; $specificly = join ' ', @ARGV; } else { getopts('i:b:K:k:m:c:t:D:F:r:R:L:hlsdSNWnoHwz', \%switches); (print "$usage" and exit) if ($specificly =~ /^-(?:h|help|\-help)(?: +$|\s)/); foreach(sort keys %switches) { $usedaswitch=1; ${$_}= "$switches{$_}"; (print "$usage" and exit) if ($h eq 1); #warn "# * Hint: -D usage is supposed to be something like -D 'tai +l /var/log/messages' and NOT 'tail -f /var/log/messages'\n * M +aybe you might want $0 \'$D\' instead if you dont see changes.\n" if +($D && $D =~ /(?:tail|tcpdump|watch)/); printandorlog "# * $_ is \"$switches{$_}\""; if ($switches{$_} eq '1') { printandorlog " (ON)"; } if ($switches{$_} eq '0') { printandorlog " (OFF)"; } printandorlog "\n"; } } if ($l eq 1) { system "mv ilf.log.2ago ilf.log.3ago 2>/dev/null"; system "mv ilf.log.1ago ilf.log.2ago 2>/dev/null"; system "mv ilf.log ilf.log.1ago 2>/dev/null"; die "I tried to move ilf.log out of the way but it's still there? Y +o?\n" if (-e "ilf.log"); open LOG, "+>> ilf.log" or die "Cant create ilf.log, given reason is +: $!\n"; printandorlog "# Logging enabled to ilf.log\n"; } $SLEEP=$z || "1s"; # the number of seconds to sleep when diffing outpu +t $max=$m || 50; # the number of lines to represent on one line $hesonfire=$L || 50; # the number of lines that trigger the special "h +e's on fire!" mode $reallyfastcolor = $c || "blue"; #(items within the same second are d +isplayed as this color) $hesonfirecolor = $f || "red"; #(items that have triggered the "he's +on fire!" mode are displayed as this color) $timechangecolor = $t || "cyan"; #(time changes are represented by th +is color) $na = " - - NOT APPLICABLE - - (?: never..) "; #(hopefully you arent r +unning ilf 'cat ilf' ? ;) $blinkon = $k || $na; $blinkoff = $K || $na; $reverseon = $r || $na; $reverseoff = $R || $na; $whenbold = $b || $na; $whenreverse = $i || $na; $whenblink = $F || $na; $blinkon =~ /NOT APPLICABLE/ ? 1 : printandorlog " + pattern that hilights everything bold: /$whenbold/\n"; $blinkoff =~ /NOT APPLICABLE/ ? 1 : printandorlog " p +attern that hilights everything reverse: /$whenreverse/\n"; $whenbold =~ /NOT APPLICABLE/ ? 1 : printandorlog " pattern that fl +ips the blink switch to the ON position: /$blinkon/\n"; $whenreverse =~ /NOT APPLICABLE/ ? 1 : printandorlog "pattern that fli +ps the blink switch to the OFF position: /$blinkoff/\n"; $c eq '' ? 1 : printandorlog "reallyfastcolor: $reallyfastcolor\n"; $t eq '' ? 1 : printandorlog "timechangecolor: $timechangecolor\n"; $char = ">"; # input lines are flowing character (if you see nothing b +ut these, we never successfully encoded a symbol) $otime = " "; # intialize it to something so NEW!=OLD works w/no bs $oldsize = 0; # initializing the byte-counter & byte-incremental math if ($n eq 1 && $o eq 1) { $diffmethod = '[<>]'; } elsif ($n eq 1) { $diffmethod = '>'; } elsif ($o eq 1) { $diffmethod = '<'; } else { $diffmethod = '[<>]'; } # control-C binding $SIG{INT} = sub { close LOG if $l; die " <- ok, exiting.\n"; }; # open TD, "tcpdump -n -i $device -s 2000 -l $specificly 2>/dev/null | +" or die "cannot open $specificly because of: $!\n"; sub rndStr{local $"=''; "@_[map{rand$#_} 1 .. shift]"; } $magic = `mcookie 2> /dev/null && date 2> /dev/null` || rndStr 16, 'A' +..'Z', 0..9, 'a-z'; $magic =~ s/\n/__/g; $magic =~ s/ /_/g; if ($s eq 1 && $specificly eq 'builtin') { $specificly = "while true; +do mv /tmp/diff.now.$magic /tmp/.diff.then.$magic ; ps auxfw | grep - +v auxfw | grep -v grep | grep -v builtin | grep -v sleep > /tmp/diff. +now.$magic 2> /dev/null ; diff /tmp/.diff.then.$magic /tmp/diff.now.$ +magic 2>/dev/null | grep \"^$diffmethod\" 2> /dev/null ; sleep ${SLEE +P}; done"; } if (defined $D && $specificly eq 'builtin') { open DTEST, "$D 2\>\&1 | +" or die "couldnt execute $D: $!\n"; close DTEST; $specificly = "whil +e true; do mv /tmp/.custom.now.$magic /tmp/.custom.then.$magic 2> /de +v/null ; $D > /tmp/.custom.now.$magic 2> /dev/null ; diff /tmp/.custo +m.then.$magic /tmp/.custom.now.$magic | grep \"^$diffmethod\" 2> /dev +/null ; sleep ${SLEEP}; done"; } if (defined $N && $specificly eq 'builtin') { open LSOF, "lsof -n 2\>\ +&1 |" or die "couldnt execute lsof: $!\n"; close LSOF; $specificly = +"while true; do mv /tmp/.custom.now.$magic /tmp/.custom.then.$magic 2 +> /dev/null ; lsof -i -n > /tmp/.custom.now.$magic 2> /dev/null ; dif +f /tmp/.custom.then.$magic /tmp/.custom.now.$magic | grep \"^$diffmet +hod\" 2> /dev/null ; sleep ${SLEEP}; done"; } if (defined $S && $specificly eq 'builtin') { open LSOF, "lsof -n 2\>\ +&1 |" or die "couldnt execute lsof: $!\n"; close LSOF; $specificly = +"while true; do mv /tmp/.custom.now.$magic /tmp/.custom.then.$magic 2 +> /dev/null ; lsof -n | grep -v $$ | grep -v grep | grep -v lsof > /t +mp/.custom.now.$magic 2> /dev/null ; diff /tmp/.custom.then.$magic /t +mp/.custom.now.$magic | grep -E \"^$diffmethod\" 2> /dev/null ; sleep + ${SLEEP}; done"; } if (defined $W && $specificly eq 'builtin') { open WHO, "who -a 2\>\&1 + |" or die "couldnt execute who: $!\n"; close WHO; $specificly = "whi +le true; do mv /tmp/.custom.now.$magic /tmp/.custom.then.$magic 2> /d +ev/null ; who > /tmp/.custom.now.$magic 2> /dev/null ; diff /tmp/.cus +tom.then.$magic /tmp/.custom.now.$magic | grep \"^$diffmethod\" 2> /d +ev/null ; sleep ${SLEEP}; done"; } printandorlog "# Opening: $specificly 2\>\&1\n"; open TD, "$specificly 2\>\&1 |" or die "cannot open $specificly becaus +e of: $!\n"; printandorlog "# high-res legend: !=0.0-0.1 sec, @=0.1-0.2, #=0.2-0.3 +... )=0.9-1 seconds\n"; printandorlog "# bulk-res legend: 0=.'s 1..9=1..9 10..35=a..z >35=C + >40=D >50=E >60=F\n"; printandorlog "# " . showtime() . "ilf - input line frequency/time eve +nt visualization (slf\@dreamscape.org)\n"; printandorlog "#(freq/time)"; #printandorlog "# input lines: "; while(<TD>) { # This will strip out all ANSI characters in your input. s/\e\[.*?m//go; # Store our previous time measurements. if (defined $timenow) { $oldtime = $timenow; } # Take a time measurement. $timenow = time; $time = $timenow; # Determine if this is a ordinary line or one that is also a timecha +nge & then act if (defined $time && defined $oldtime) { # how much time has elapsed since the last input line? $diff = $time - $oldtime; # the sensitivity of this is currently fixed at 1 millisecond. if ($diff > 0.01) { # we dont care about 1.2345 etc... if ($diff > 1) { $diff = int($diff); } # reset the reallyfastlines counter whenever we do a timechange $pcount=0; # encode the timechange symbol (could be high resolution) $char=whatchar($diff); # allways reset before changing colors. print color 'reset'; # our timechanges are generally allways supposed to be bold. print color 'bold'; # change the color to our configured timechangecolor setting. print color "$timechangecolor"; # increment the timechanges bean counter. $timechanges++; } else { $pcount++; $OLDdiff = $diff; $diff = $pcount; # encode the character to a symbol (could be high resolution) $char=whatchar($diff); # then begin coloring it. # allways reset before we add options. print color 'reset'; # clean the spoon we will use to feed the options. $cmode = ""; ### (clean off the spoon) # determine if we should be blinking. if (/${blinkon}/o) { $blinkswitch = "ON"; } if (/${blinkoff}/o) { $blinkswitch = "OFF"; } if ($blinkswitch eq 'ON') { $cmode .= "blink "; } # determine if we should be reversing. if (/${reverseon}/o) { $reverseswitch = "ON"; } if (/${reverseoff}/o) { $reverseswitch = "OFF"; } if ($reverseswitch eq 'ON') { $cmode .= "reverse "; } # allways blink when we match this pattern $cmode .= "blink " if (/$whenblink/o); # allways reverse when we match this pattern $cmode .= "reverse " if (/$whenreverse/o); # allways bold when we match this pattern $cmode .= "bold " if (/$whenbold/o); # then finally add the color we'll be using. $cmode .= "$reallyfastcolor"; # and then eat up! the colors! the colors! ;) print color "$cmode"; $reallyfastlines++; } } $pnum++; # if ($char eq '.') { print color 'red'; } if ($lastchar eq $char) { $prun++; } if ($lastchar ne $char) { $prun=0; } # he's on fire! override color decisions when we've seen way too +many packets within .1 second if ($prun > $hesonfire) { print color 'reset'; print color "bold $h +esonfirecolor"; $prun++; } if ($prun > ($hesonfire * 2) ) { print color 'reset'; print color "r +everse blink bold $hesonfirecolor"; } # ^^^ go craz +y if we're he's on fire 2x! ;) # (yes this could have been pnum, but what happens when you wrap lin +es and are still on fire? ;)) # Actually print the coded character printandorlog "$char"; # Reset immediately for good measure (you never know when you might +control-C or lose link, eh?) print color 'reset'; # To help determine when we're running at ludacris speed. $lastchar = "$char"; # How many seconds have elapsed since the last gain on the clock? $secondssince = time - $timehere; $secondssince = $1 if ($secondssince =~ /^(\d+(?:|\.\ddd|\.\d\d|\.\d +))/o); # If you want to add something special at the end of each line, make + it look like this. if ($pnum eq $max) { printandorlog " ${secondssince}s since" if (def +ined $notthefirstlineplzthxu); } # when we have filled up your screen (maxxed out the setting in -m), + what happens on the next line? if ($pnum eq $max) { if (not defined $notthefirstlineplzthxu) { $notthefirstlineplzthxu +=1 } printandorlog "\n"; $nclock = showtime(); if ($otime ne $nclock) { printandorlog "#\n"; printandorlog "# Gain since last clockchange: "; $timehere = time; if (not defined $timechanges) { $timechanges="no" } printandorlog " \+${reallyfastlines} within .1s, ${timechanges} +timechange"; if ($timechanges > 1 || $timechanges eq 0) { printandorlog "s"; +} printandorlog ".\n"; $reallyfastlines=0; $timechanges=0; } printandorlog "# $nclock" if ($otime ne $nclock); printandorlog "# " if ($otime eq $nclock); printandorlog " " x 10 if ($otime eq $nclock); $otime = $nclock; $pnum=0; } ## $char = "." if ($char ne '.'); # normal printing character # normal printing character printandorlog " $_" if ($d); } close TD; printandorlog " The program finished..?\n"; exit; sub strftime ($@) { my ($format,$second,$minute,$hour,$day,$month,$year) = @_; my %convert = ( Y => $year + 1900, m => sprintf( '%02d',$month + 1 ), d => sprintf( '%02d',$day ), H => sprintf( '%02d',$hour ), M => sprintf( '%02d',$minute ), S => sprintf( '%02d',$second ), ); $format =~ s#%(.)#$convert{$1}#sg; return $format; } sub showtime { my ($time2,$time,$hour,$min,$lclock,$clock,$pad,$extra); $time2 = strftime( '%H%M%S', localtime() ); $time = $1 if ($time2 =~ /^(\d\d\d\d)\d\d/o); $hour = $1 if ($time =~ /^(\d\d)\d\d/o); $min = $1 if ($time =~ /^\d\d(\d\d)/o); if ($hour > 12) { $extra = "pm"; $hour -= 12; } else { if ($hour < 1) { $hour += 12; } $extra = "am"; } $clock = "$hour:${min}$extra"; $lclock = length $clock; $pad = 10 - $lclock; $clock .= " " x $pad; return $clock; } sub whatchar { my $diff = shift; # pass a parameter rather than checking a globa +l my $char; # return this value rather than setting a global my @zeroto1 = qw/! @ # $ % ^ & * ( )/; # characters for values <1 # (the hash mark there will generate a warning, but it's okay) if ( $diff <= 0 ) { $char = ' '; # differs from OP code } elsif ( $diff < 1 ) { $char = $zeroto1[int( $diff * 10 )]; } elsif ( $diff < 10 ) { $char = ( $diff < 9 ) ? chr( int( $diff ) + ord( '1' )) : '0'; # are you sure "234567890" is better than "123456789" ?? # ... $char = chr( int( $diff ) + ord( '0' )) seems okay to me } elsif ( $diff <= 35 ) { $char = chr( int( $diff - 10 ) + ord( 'a' )); } else { $diff = 260 if ( $diff > 260 ); $char = chr( int( $diff/10 ) - 3 + ord( 'C' )); } return $char; } #-------------------------------------------------------- #wishlist... # min..avg-range..max dynamic granular highlighting # choose-your-own-adventure legend writing #--------------------------------------------------------

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