Provided by: bro-aux_0.39-1_amd64
bro-cut - parse bro logs
bro-cut [options] [<columns>]
Extracts the given columns from an ASCII Bro log on standard input. If no columns are given, all are selected. By default, bro-cut does not include format header blocks into the output.
-c Include the first format header block into the output. -C Include all format header blocks into the output. -d Convert time values into human-readable format (needs gawk). -D <fmt> Like -d, but specify format for time (see strftime(3) for syntax). -F <ofs> Sets a different output field separator. -n Print all fields *except* those specified. -u Like -d, but print timestamps in UTC instead of local time (needs gawk). -U <fmt> Like -D, but print timestamps in UTC instead of local time (needs gawk).
BRO_CUT_TIMEFMT For the time conversion, the format string can also be specified by setting an environment variable $BRO_CUT_TIMEFMT
cat conn.log | bro-cut -d ts id.orig_h id.orig_p
bro-cut was written by The Bro Project <firstname.lastname@example.org>. This manual page was written by Raúl Benencia <email@example.com> for the Debian project (but may be used by others).