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Apache SQL analyser

asql allows you to run SQL queries against log files formatted in the Apache common log file format. You may load multiple log files into a session, then run queries using a full SQL implementation, to find things such as the most common referers to your site, the greediest downloaders, and much more. Internally, each log file is parsed and imported into a temporary SQLite database, so performance is very good.

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  •  20 Feb 2010 15:27

    Release Notes: This release was made specifically to update the Debian package to the newer quilt format. No actual changes to the code or the project have been made.

    •  11 Jan 2009 22:08

      Release Notes: This release ensures that when importing Apache logs into the temporary SQL table that the HTTP status code is treated as an integer and not a string.

      •  30 Nov 2008 20:27

        Release Notes: This release updates the script such that it may be executed non-interactively from within cron jobs, without a controlling terminal.

        •  21 Oct 2008 21:04

          Release Notes: This release correctly handles dates when importing log files; previously, the month of December was not handled correctly.

          •  04 Jul 2008 13:29

            Release Notes: This release allows ad-hoc queries to be conducted directly from the commandline, without launching the interactive shell at all. This is achieved via a new commandline flag "--execute".

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