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#!/usr/bin/perl -- -*-fundamental-*- ## Resume logger ## Greg Sabino Mullane,, 0x14964AC8 ## Note: your log format and mail program may vary: ## Try local 'sendmail' or use Mail::Mailer use strict; my($mail, $mailto, $mailfrom, $subject); my($accesslog, $resumelog, $mydomain, $mypage); my(@fresh, %seenit, %seenIP, %visits); my($x); $mail = "/usr/bin/mail"; ## Paranoia is a Good Thing $mailto = "resume\"; $mailfrom = qq["Abe Lincoln" <alincoln\>]; $subject = "More resume nibbles"; $accesslog = "/foo/bar/logs/access_log"; $resumelog = "/home/alincoln/jobs/resume.log"; $mydomain = "turnstep"; ## Use if server has >1 domain... $mypage = "/resume.html"; ## Load our old data: open(OLD, "+< $resumelog") || die "Could not open $resumelog: $!\n"; while(<OLD>) { $seenit{$_}++; ($x) = split(/ /,$_); $seenIP{$x}++; } ## Anything new in the logs? open(ACCESSLOG, "$accesslog") || die "Could not open $accesslog: $!\n" +; while(<ACCESSLOG>) { ## Crude match: refine if other pages contain $mypage next unless m/^$mydomain (.*?) (.*$mypage.*\n)/; $seenit{"$1 $2"} || push(@fresh, "$1 $2") && $visits{$1}++; } close(ACCESSLOG); ## Bail if nothing new: @fresh || exit; ## perl closes OLD for us. Isn't that nice? ## Add new entries to the end of OLD: print OLD @fresh; close(OLD); ## Mail it to us: open(MAILME, "| $mail -t $mailto") || die " Could not start $mail: $!\ +n"; print MAILME "From: $mailfrom\n"; print MAILME "Subject: $subject.\n\n"; for (@fresh) { ($x) = split(/ /, $_); $seenIP{$x} ||=0; print MAILME "\tThis time: $visits{$x} Prior: $seenIP{$x}\n$_\n\n"; } close(MAILME); exit;

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