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analog

Analog is a WWW logfile analysis program. It is fast, easy to install and run, very flexible, features multi-language support, produces attractive output, can be run directly or from a form interface, understands any logfile format, and works on any operating system.

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  •  30 Aug 2004 04:51

    Release Notes: This version is more versatile, has stronger security, and runs much faster.

    •  29 Jan 2003 16:44

      Release Notes: Phoenix and Chimera browsers are now recognized. Fixes were made for the MacOS, OpenVMS, and RISC OS ports. Various other small bugfixes were made.

      •  11 Dec 2002 05:44

        Release Notes: Gzipped logfiles are read without the need for an UNCOMPRESS command. Host inclusions and exclusions can now use IP address ranges and subnet masks. A new BYTESDP command was added to list kilobytes, etc. to a chosen number of decimal places. The default number of decimal places has changed from three to two. New code was added to the RISC OS port, including wildcards in filenames. Various bugfixes were made. Indonesian and Slovak language files were added, along with a new HOWTO entitled Getting started under Windows.

        •  01 Apr 2002 22:46

          Release Notes: The latest version fixes security problems for cross-site scripting and zlib, and makes some minor feature updates.

          •  22 Nov 2001 19:07

            No changes have been submitted for this release.

            Recent comments

            27 Feb 2004 10:22 Thulemanden

            Misplaced language files
            The 5.32 RPM for Mandrake 9.2 presently drops the needed language files etc in another directory than Analog expects and causes an error message about uk.lng file.

            Suggest you move or copy at least the language files from /usr/share/analog to /var/lib/analog/lang

            Besides it's useful to copy some of the example configuraiton lines from /usr/share/doc/analog-5.32/examples/big.cfg into the /etc/analog.cfg file to be able to control which sections the report include in text mode. It makes it possible to turn sections off. Presently in the default analg.cfg you can only turn pie charts off.


            21 Nov 2001 05:29 sret1

            Re: Analog 3.31

            > I would be much happier if the home page
            > provided tarballs instead of rpms


            Analog has always provided tarballs. RPMs are a relatively recent addition, maintained by a third party.

            17 Jun 2001 10:30 digitalunity

            Re: Analog 3.31
            Stop yer whining and download RPM. It's quick, it's easy,
            and as much as I hate RPM, it's the only way to get some
            programs.


            > I would be much happier if the home page
            > provided tarballs instead of rpms, not
            > all of us have condemend ourselves to
            > redhat. Even though it seems like a
            > real attempt to create good
            > documentation, it remains confusing and
            > hard to follow in some places, there
            > seem to multiple places to configure the
            > same options. I really like the output,
            > very lynx friendly, but after several
            > hours of fighting with it, I gave up.


            26 Mar 2001 22:09 drankfish

            Re: Analog 3.31
            I would be much happier if the home page provided tarballs instead of rpms, not all of us have condemend ourselves to redhat. Even though it seems like a real attempt to create good documentation, it remains confusing and hard to follow in some places, there seem to multiple places to configure the same options. I really like the output, very lynx friendly, but after several hours of fighting with it, I gave up.

            09 Jul 1999 01:13 michaelbushey

            Analog 3.31
            Fast and easy to set up, very configurable. I spent less time setting up both Analog and Rmagic than I anticipated. A lot of people have very positive things to say about the speed of Analog; it seems quite fast to me, however, I have not benched it against any other products. The -settings option is awesome to show exactly what will be included/excluded in the report (I believe you can nessle up to 50 config files). The report can be in 3 formats, HTML, Computer (data), and I think one other txt/data format. Rmagic, a perl script than uses Analog's output, creates slick looking HTML reports with an index. Rmagic makes the output look as good as any log analyzer I've seen.

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