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Nice table for IP log

Posted on 2002-05-06
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I have an IP log for my server that of cource if you have one is all out of order and hard to read at times. So i was wondering if anybody knows where i can get a program that can put it in a table or in some neat form.
Any help would be gratly appreated.

Beretta503
Philk15@stny.rr.com
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beretta,

do you the standard Apache logfile, or a different format.  Do you have a sample of those logs?
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I have the standard logfile format, with all the info that Apache can give you about an IP. you can look at it at "koester.yi.org/ip.txt"
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Beretta,

The logfile is a standard logfile format.  I guess it will be best if you could just grab any webserver logfile analysis tools of the net.

There are a varius log analyzer that you can pick.  Some product like webtrends are good, but a bit pricey.

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