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Here is how to do it by hand. You need to find the logs (try locate access_log if they are not in the usual place). A standard log line looks like

blah blah blah GET /some/path/to/file.htm blah blah

So all we do is get a file list from glob(), iterate over it, read each file, use a RE to get the bit after the GET or POST and count in a hash. Then we print it out.

[root@devel3 root]# cat ./simple_log_parse.pl #!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; my $LOG_PATH = '/var/log/httpd/access_log'; my @FIND = qw( /modperl/ /cgi-bin/ /images/ ); my $re = join '|', map{quotemeta}@FIND; $re = qr/$re/; my @logs = glob("$LOG_PATH*"); my %hash; my $total = 0; for my $log(@logs) { print "Processing $log\n"; open LOG, $log or die "Can't open $log $!\n"; while (<LOG>) { $total++; next unless m/(?:GET|POST) ($re)/; $hash{$1}++; } close LOG; } print "\n\nResults\n"; for ( keys %hash ) { printf "%-20s %8d/%-8d (%.2f%%)\n", $_, $hash{$_}, $total, (100*$h +ash{$_}/$total); } [root@devel3 root]# ./simple_log_parse.pl Processing /var/log/httpd/access_log Processing /var/log/httpd/access_log.1 Processing /var/log/httpd/access_log.2 Processing /var/log/httpd/access_log.3 Processing /var/log/httpd/access_log.4 Processing /var/log/httpd/access_log.5 Processing /var/log/httpd/access_log.6 Results /images/ 170212/376847 (45.17%) /modperl/ 186210/376847 (49.41%) /cgi-bin/ 5366/376847 (1.42%) [root@devel3 root]#

Here is a variation on the theme that does all your paths, and presents them sorted by hits:

[root@devel3 root]# cat ./simple_log_parse2.pl #!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; my $LOG_PATH = '/var/log/httpd/access_log'; my @logs = glob("$LOG_PATH*"); my %hash; my $total = 0; for my $log(@logs) { print "Processing $log\n"; open LOG, $log or die "Can't open $log $!\n"; while (<LOG>) { $total++; next unless m/(?:GET|POST) ([^\s]+)/; my $path = $1; ($path) = split /\?/, $path; $path =~ s![^/]+$!!; $hash{$path}++; } close LOG; } print "\n\nResults\n"; for ( sort { $hash{$b} <=> $hash{$a} } keys %hash ) { printf "%-20s %8d/%-8d (%.2f%%)\n", $_, $hash{$_}, $total, (100*$h +ash{$_}/$total); } [root@devel3 root]#

PS There is stacks of log analysis software that will do a far more complete job.

cheers

tachyon


In reply to Re: Yet another Apache log question by tachyon
in thread Yet another Apache log question by CHRYSt

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