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I installed Apache::ParseLog and started playing around with it. Here is my quick mock-up code with it:
#!/usr/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; use Apache::ParseLog; my $parseObj = new Apache::ParseLog(); $parseObj = $parseObj->config(transferlog => '/usr/local/apache/logs/access_lo +g'); my $transferLog = $parseObj->getTransferLog(); my %hosts = $transferLog->host(); foreach my $key (keys %hosts) { print "$key => $hosts{$key}\n"; }
The problem is that none of the hashes you can access via it's methods contain all three items I am looking for -- IP, filename, and date. Here are all the methods that return information about the logs. None of them return a hash having all the info I want. The two closest methods are host() which returns a hash keyed in by IP's with the value being the total times that that IP has come to the site. And, then there's hitbydatetime() which returns a hash keyed in by datetime stamps with the value being the number of hits at that time. But, I can't cross-reference one with the other.

enoch

In reply to Re: Re: Parsing Apache Log to Get Most Recent File Access by enoch
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