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Untested, but looks right:

#!/usr/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; use Date::Manip; use vars qw(%ipHash); my $order=0; while(<DATA>) { / ^((\d{1,3}\.){3}\d{1,3}) # grab the IP address into $1 \s\-\s\-\s\[ (\d\d\/\w{3}\/\d\d(\d\d\:){3}\d\d) # grab the date into $3 \s\-\d{4}\]\s"\w{1,4}\s ([\/|\w|\.|_]+) # grab the file path into $5 /x; $ipHash{$1}{'order'} = $order++; $ipHash{$1}{'path'} = $5; $ipHash{$1}{'date'} = &UnixDate($3,"%s"); } for (sort { $ipHash{$a}{'order'} <=> $ipHash{$b}{'order'}; } keys %ipH +ash) { print "$_ => $ipHash{$a}{'date'}\t$ipHash{$a}{'path'}\n"; }

cLive ;-)

PS - if you're not doing so already, you might want to use tail to grab the end of the logfile


In reply to Re: Parsing Apache Log to Get Most Recent File Access by cLive ;-)
in thread Parsing Apache Log to Get Most Recent File Access by enoch

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