|free-sa [-s|-r|-F|-h|-v|-V] [-d STARTDATE-ENDDATE | PERIODWORD] [-e ADDRESS] [-f FILE] [-l FILE] [-o DIRECTORY] [-n NAME]|
Free-SA is tool that is used for statistic analysis of daemons log files.
o Control of users traffic usage; o Help for security engineers to control internet access security policies and investigate security incidents; o Evaluate server efficiency to detect troubles with configuration; o Be crossplatform and generate W3C compliant reports.
o Squid 2.x native log format; o CERN/NCSA Common Log Format (CLF); o CERN/NCSA Combined Log Format (in similar to CLF way); o Postfix 2.x over syslog log format (EXPERIMENTAL); o Qmail over syslog log format (EXPERIMENTAL); o NetCache via Squid 2.x native log format (EXPERIMENTAL); o Blue Coat via Squid 2.x native log format (EXPERIMENTAL); o Communigate pro 5.x native log format (VERY EXPERIMENTAL).
free-sa accepts the following options (you should not use more than one action option at the same time, silent default action is to generate reports):
-d STARTDATE-ENDDATE | PERIODWORD Set period by dates range in free-sa runtime locale for reports generation or remove records from log file (check -r option). You may omit STARTDATE or ENDDATE, but not both of them. Sign - is always required. You may also use next words as PERIODWORD: hour, day, week, month, quarter, year, today, yesterday, thisweek, lastweek, thismonth, lastmonth, thisyear, lastyear. -e ADDRESS Send top users report in text format to e-mail ADDRESS, if ADDRESS is - then report is writed to stdout. -f FILE Set file to read configuration from. -F Fix root index.html file according to reports directories presense. This option also implies rotate action. Useful after removing reports directories with 3rd party tools like rm(1) (this changes action). -h Show help message. -l FILE Overwrite log option from free-sa configuration file, check free-sa.conf(5). -n NAME Overwrite name option from free-sa configuration file, check free-sa.conf(5). -o DIRECTORY Overwrite targetdir option from free-sa configuration file, check free-sa.conf(5). -s Show log file information: name, size, start and end dates (this changes action). -r Remove records from log file. You must also set period to remove with -d option (this changes action). -v Show version. -V Show advanced information about current free-sa build.
1. Generate report for full log file period using non-default configuration file /usr/local/etc/free-sa/free-sa2.conf:
$ free-sa -f /usr/local/etc/free-sa/free-sa2.conf
2. Generate report for full log file period of 30 days (month) ending at current date:
$ free-sa -d month
3. Generate report for full log file period ending at 12/21/06 (C or POSIX runtime locale):
$ free-sa -d -12/21/06
4. Generate report for full log file period starting at 21.12.2006 (ru_RU or de_DE runtime locale):
$ free-sa -d 21.12.2006-
5. Show useful log file information (ru_RU runtime locale):
$ free-sa -s Log file information: File name: /var/log/squid/access.log File size: 55.053.777 Start date and time: 20.02.2007 22:00:09 End date and time: 21.02.2007 02:32:01
/usr/local/etc/free-sa/free-sa.conf Default free-sa configuration file.
I hope that everything conform to popular standards, so you not need special browser to see reports or specific non-standard system calls (like GNU or BSD) to compile free-sa on your platform.
ISO 9899 (C99), ANSI C, POSIX*, SVID*, SVr*, SUS*
W3C HTML 4.01 Transitional, CSS 2.1, SVG 1.1
Copyright (C) 1997, 2006-2013 Oleg Sapon <email@example.com>
|Free-SA 2.0.0b6p7||FREE-SA (1)||13 Nov 2013|