Apache Geo Map is a script that parses an Apache combined access log for the IP addresses of hosts that have accessed the server. It then looks up a Geo-Tag for those locations and, if successful, it adds them to a data file which the Google Maps API then displays. This plots all unique resolvable hits on a map.
|Tags||Internet Web HTTP Servers Dynamic Content|
Release Notes: This release adds config support from the command line (e.g. ./apache-geo-map.pl -c /etc/apachegeomap/default.conf). This should allow you to run the script easily for multiple sites. The script still supports defaults, so you don't have to specify a config file. This release also includes a fixed example and README documentation.
Release Notes: A feature was added which plots new hits in a different color than old hits to make them easier to see. The markers are then updated to the old color on the next run.