Provided by: ziproxy_3.3.1-2.1_amd64
ziproxylogtool - is a low-level log analyser
ziproxylogtool [general_options] [filtering_options]
ziproxylogtool is a low-level log analyser, its purpose is to be invoked by scripts. It is expected to be reasonably fast and generic. These programs follow the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (`-'). A summary of options is included below.
-m, --mode mode Output mode: "g" - Global stats "h" - Per host stats (accesses, in_bytes, out_bytes, compression %, hostname) "f" - Filter mode (filter log entries according to filtering options) -i, --in-file filename Input file (Ziproxy log file). If unspecified, uses stdin. -o, --out-file filename Output file (stats output). If unspecified, uses stdout. -h, --help Display summarized help
If ommited, won't apply. -1, --epoch-min unix_epoch Filter entries starting from that epoch. -2, --epoch-max unix_epoch Filter entries older than that epoch. -3, --bytes-in-min bytes Filter entries which incoming_bytes >= <bytes> -4, --bytes-in-max bytes Filter entries which incoming_bytes < <bytes> -5, --bytes-out-min bytes Filter entries which outgoing_bytes >= <bytes> -6, --bytes-out-max bytes Filter entries which outgoing_bytes < <bytes> -7, --delay-min mili_seconds Filter entries which delay >= <mili_seconds> -8, --delay-max mili_seconds Filter entries which delay < <mili_seconds>
ziproxylogtool was written by Daniel Mealha Cabrita. This manual page was written by Marcos Talau <email@example.com>.