Projects / Apache::Logmonster


Apache::Logmonster is a tool to collect log files from multiple Apache Web servers, split them based on the virtual host, sort the logs into chronological order, and then pipe them into a log file analyzer of your choice (Webalizer, http-analyze, AWstats, etc).

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Recent releases

  •  20 Oct 2006 08:39

    Release Notes: The usage examples were updated. A FAQ was added. META.yml was updated to a new format. Email report formatting was added. The inc/Module/Install, Build.PL, and examples/daily_email_report.txt files were added. In, debug was not being set. In, a _progress sub was added. A massive code overhaul was done. There are now 102 different tests in the test suite instead of 23. All functions are now object oriented. The documentation has been significantly updated. The reporting has been enhanced.

    •  04 Jun 2005 21:41

      Release Notes: statsdir can now be an absolute path (such as /var/www/html). If this is so, processor output will be stored in statsdir/vhost. Otherwise, it works as it used to and output goes to vhost/statsdir. This is useful if you have a machine other than the Web server that does the processing and which does not have access to the vhost docroot. The changelog is now maintained in Tinderbox instead of the POD format. The Web site was updated to make it easier to navigate.

      •  27 Apr 2005 09:37

        Release Notes: In this release, users can select a stats processor for each virtual host. There is now a test to make sure the log file exists before trying to compress it (suppresses spurious warnings). If vhosts are all in a directory, it now skips any files that end with ~ (vim) or .bak (user). The code that hashed the domain list now works regardless of order declarations appear in the vhost container. Apache::Logmonster::Perl was added to the distribution.

        •  26 Nov 2004 22:24

          No changes have been submitted for this release.


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