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haproxy_log_analysis - generate aggregate statistics from HAProxy HTTP logs
usage: haproxy_log_analysis [-h] [-l LOG] [-s START] [-d DELTA] [-c COMMAND] [-f FILTER] [-n] [--list-commands] [--list-filters] Analyze HAProxy log files and outputs statistics about it optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -l LOG, --log LOG HAProxy log file to analyze -s START, --start START Process log entries starting at this time, in HAProxy date format (e.g. 11/Dec/2013 or 11/Dec/2013:19:31:41). At least provide the day/month/year. Values not specified will use their base value (e.g. 00 for hour). Use in conjunction with -d to limit the number of entries to process. -d DELTA, --delta DELTA Limit the number of entries to process. Express the time delta as a number and a time unit, e.g.: 1s, 10m, 3h or 4d (for 1 second, 10 minutes, 3 hours or 4 days). Use in conjunction with -s to only analyze certain time delta. If no start time is given, the time on the first line will be used instead. -c COMMAND, --command COMMAND List of commands, comma separated, to run on the log file. See --list-commands to get a full list of them. -f FILTER, --filter FILTER List of filters to apply on the log file. Passed as comma separated and parameters within square brackets, e.g ip[192.168.1.1],ssl,path[/some/path]. See --listfilters to get a full list of them. -n, --negate-filter Make filters passed with -f work the other way around, i.e. if the ``ssl`` filter is passed instead of showing only ssl requests it will show non-ssl traffic. If the ``ip`` filter is used, then all but that ip passed to the filter will be used. --list-commands Lists all commands available. --list-filters Lists all filters available.