Projects / apalogretrieve


Apalogretrieve is a stand-alone program that provides a SQL-like interface for Apache-Logfile-Queries. You can retrieve data from the logfile with SQL commands or use a wildcard match, just as you would with an SQL database.

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  •  09 Jan 2008 11:59

    Release Notes: LaTeX-quoting was completed. A development-only printout at the align-formatted output was removed.

    •  08 Jan 2008 14:25

      Release Notes: Reading from gzipped logfiles transparently is possible now. Output can be redirected to a file. The output format was changed to aligned ASCII (with blanks between the entries), HTML (table), or LATEX (tabular). An error was corrected in the documentation and logscanner and language-parser: the Combined Logfile Format is now parsed completely, even with the seldom used fields "logname" and "userid".

      •  24 Nov 2007 10:58

        Release Notes: GROUP BY is now implemented. Exceptions of failed trials to open the log file now will be caught so that the program does not end. Some minor changes were made, including more documentation and the removal of dead code.

        •  10 Aug 2007 06:10

          Release Notes: The filter for the WHERE clause has moved into the logfile lexer. This means less memory usage for a query on large logfiles.

          •  09 Aug 2007 05:49

            No changes have been submitted for this release.


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