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NAME

       traffic_logcat - Traffic Server log spooler

SYNOPSIS

       traffic_logcat [-o output-file | -a] [-CEhSVw2] [input-file ...]

DESCRIPTION

       To  analyse  a  binary  log file using standard tools, you must first convert it to ASCII.
       traffic_logcat does exactly that.

OPTIONS

       -o PATH, --output_file PATH

       Specifies where the command output is directed.

       -a, --auto_filename

       Automatically generates the output filename based on the input filename. If the  input  is
       from stdin, then this option is ignored.  For example:

          traffic_logcat -a squid-1.blog squid-2.blog squid-3.blog

       generates:

          squid-1.log squid-2.log squid-3.log

       -f, --follow

       Follows the file, like tail(1) -f

       -C, --clf

       Attempts to transform the input to Netscape Common format, if possible.

       -E, --elf

       Attempts to transform the input to Netscape Extended format, if possible.

       -S, --squid

       Attempts to transform the input to Squid format, if possible.

       -2, --elf2

       Attempt to transform the input to Netscape Extended-2 format, if possible.

       -T, --debug_tags

       -w, --overwrite_output

       -h, --help
              Print usage information and exit.

       -V, --version
              Print version information and exit.

       NOTE:
          Use only one of the following options at any given time: -S, -C, -E, or -2.

       If  no  input  files  are  specified,  then  traffic_logcat  reads from the standard input
       (stdin). If you do not specify an output file, then traffic_logcat writes to the  standard
       output (stdout).

       For example, to convert a binary log file to an ASCII file, you can use the traffic_logcat
       command with either of the following options below:

          traffic_logcat binary_file > ascii_file
          traffic_logcat -o ascii_file binary_file

       The binary log file is not modified by this command.

SEE ALSO

       tail(1)

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