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Manual Reference Pages  -  MILTER-MANAGER-LOG-ANALYZER (1)

NAME

milter-manager-log-analyzer - log analyzer for milter-manager

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
Exit Status
Example
See Also

SYNOPSIS

milter-manager-log-analyzer [option ...]

DESCRIPTION

milter-manager-log-analyzer analyzes milter-manager log and generates graphs for milters’ result. It’s useful for confirming system status transition because graphs shows data in time-line. Graphs can also be used for comparing changes between before introducing new milter and after introducing new milter.

Options

--help Shows available options and exits.
--log=lOG_FILE Reads log from LOG_FILE

The default is standard input.

--output-directory=DIRECTORY Outputs graphs, HTML and data to DIRECTORY.

The default is the current directory. (".")

--no-update-db Doesn’t update database. It’s useful for just generates graphs.

If this option is not specified, database will be updated.

EXIT STATUS

Always 0.

EXAMPLE

milter-manager-log-analyzer will be used in crontab. Here is a sample crontab:

    PATH=/bin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/bin
    */5 * * * * root cat /var/log/mail.info | su milter-manager -s /bin/sh -c "milter-manager-log-analyzer --output-directory ~milter-manager/public_html/log"

In the above sample, mail log are read by root and milter-manager-log-analyzer run as milter-manager user is received it. milter-manager-log-analyzer outputs analyzed result into ~milter-manager/public_html/log/. Analyzed result can be seen at http://localhost/~milter-manager/log/.

SEE ALSO

milter-manager (1)

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