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Hi, Steve:

your tool is very cool! it can be even better if you can add a '-e' command-line switch like MySQL's, then we can easily automate sending the output data to generate graphs or tables without the need of 'expect' script to handle the interactive things. i.e.

asql -e 'select source, sum(size) from logs group by source' > ip_tr +affic.dat

thanks

lihao


In reply to Re^3: Scalable Perl Webalizer Alternative(s) by lihao
in thread Scalable Perl Webalizer Alternative(s) by kabeldag

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