May 1, 2008

The Calamaris is a software written in Perl that effects the generation of reports detailed of the use of the InterNet using the archives of logs of some servers well proxy, as the NetCache, Inktomi Traffic Server, Oops! proxy server, Novell InterNet Caching System, Compaq Tasksmart, Netscape/iplanet Web Proxy server and are clearly the Squid. The generated reports are well simple in the presentation, however very rich in extracted details of the archives of logs, they can be generated in same format HTML or in text to be sent way email.

The use of this software is very simple, first has that to lower the version most recent of it in http://cord.de/tools/squid/calamaris/Welcome.html.en, to unpack the archive in the directory of its preference, in ours in case that /usr/local/calamaris, after this already can use it. Below we have necessary a simple example of comando1 for generation of the reports of log of the Squid.# /usr/local/calamaris/calamaris -a -F html /var/log/squid/access.log >/srv/www/default/html/calamaris/index.html

The command above already is enough for generation of excellent reports of the analysis of logs. In this in case that we use the option – the one that says to the Calamaris to be generated all the reports, – F HTML specifies the format of the report that we want, in the case in HTML, /var/log/squid/access.log is where it is located the archive of log of the Squid and /srv/www/default/html/calamaris/index.html the localization of the generated report, in this case a folder in the tree of the Apache of form that can be analyzed of any station of the net.


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