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MAKE-REPORT(1) FreeBSD General Commands Manual MAKE-REPORT(1)

make-report - process a web log and produce a report

make-report [-c analog.cfg] [-o report.html] logfile...

make-report resolves the IP addresses in the given log files. Then it runs Analog to create a report, called report.html by default. The log files are expected to be in the Common Log Format, with optional referer and user-agent fields allowed at the ends of the lines.
When make-report finishes running, the given log files have been rewritten in gzip format (with the extension ".gz") with the IP addresses resolved (as many as possible). Any of the input files may be gzipped already (with the extension ".gz"), but they need not be.

-c analog.cfg
Use an alternate Analog configuration file.
-o report.html
Alternate output file.

/usr/local/share/fastresolve/analog.cfg
Default Analog configuration file.
report.html
Default output file.
ip2host.db
DB file mapping IP addresses to host names.

analog(1), dns-terror(1)

David MacKenzie <djm@djmnet.org>. Please send comments and bug reports to <fastresolve-bugs@djmnet.org>.
October 2002 Fastresolve

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