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#!/usr/bin/perl -w # showpic logger # Setup configuration # $home - filesystem path to append to images # $logfile - full path to the logfile you want to use # $ips - $ip addresses you want to ignore in the log # %entries - hash of labels => regexes for log my $home = '/my_path_to/public_html'; my $logfile = '/my_path_to/access_log'; my $ips = ''; my %entries = ( 'home' => 'comatose/index.html$|comatose/$', 'resume' => 'resume' ); use strict; use Socket; # Open the pic or DIE! my $pic = $home . $ENV{PATH_INFO}; open PIC, "$pic" or die "Could not open $pic: $!"; # Get the size and MIME type my $type = ''; my $size = -s $pic; if ($pic =~ /gif$/) { $type = 'gif'; } elsif ($pic =~ /jpg$/) { $type = 'jpeg'; } else { die "Unknown image type"; } print "Content-type: image/$type\n"; print "Content-length: $size\n\n"; print while (<PIC>); # Now make the log entry my ($sec, $min, $hour, $mday, undef, $year, undef, undef) = localtime($^T); my $date = ('Sun','Mon','Tue','Wed','Thu','Fri', 'Sat')[(localtime)[6]] . ' '; $date .= ('Jan','Feb','Mar','Apr','May','Jun','Jul','Aug', 'Sep','Oct','Nov','Dec')[(localtime)[4]]; # Adjust timestamp to suit taste $year += 1900; foreach (($mday, $sec, $min, $hour)) { $_ = '0' . $_ if ($_ < 10); } $date .= " $mday $hour:$min:$sec " . $year; unless ($ENV{REMOTE_ADDR} =~ /$ips/) { my $hostname; $hostname = gethostbyaddr(inet_aton($ENV{REMOTE_ADDR}), AF_INET) or $hostname = $ENV{REMOTE_ADDR}; my $data = "$date $hostname"; open LOG, ">>$logfile" or last; flock LOG, 2; foreach (keys %entries) { print LOG "$data $_\n" if ($ENV{HTTP_REFERER} =~ /$entries{$_}/); } close LOG; }

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