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Lire - generate reports from various log files
Lire allows one to generate reports from various log files. In this manpage, we give an overview of the Lire documentation. Documentation on installing Lire For installation instructions, read the file INSTALL. This file is shipped with the Lire tarball, lire-version.tar.gz. It is available from the World Wide Web at http://logreport.org/pub/current/INSTALL. Documentation for users Read the Lire README file for a quick start on Lire's usage. This file is shipped with the Lire tarball. If you've installed Lire from a package for your Operating System, it might be installed in a location like /usr/share/doc/lire/README . Read the Lire User's Manual for a more in-depth overview. This manual is available in various formats, and installed in /usr/[local/]share/doc/lire/user-manual* . It is available online, at http://logreport.org/pub/current/doc/user-manual/ . The main Lire commands (lire(1), lr_cron(1), lr_log2mail(1), lr_log2report(1), lr_xml2report(1), ...) should be in your PATH. The usage of these commands is documented in man pages; running e.g. man lr_log2report should show you the lr_log2report manpage. Documentation for developers If you plan to change the Lire internals, or if you are trying to fix a bug, you should consult the Lire Developer's Manual. This document is available in various formats, and installed in /usr/[local/]share/doc/lire/dev-manual* . A lot of Lire Perl modules get installed in the Lire:: namespace in the Perl module hierarchy. Likely, this is something like /usr/[local/]share/perl5/Lire/. Most of these come with their own man page. If you plan to write customized Lire extensions, you should read these manpages. Lire convertors, which take care of log file specific processing, are installed as Perl modules, named something like FooDlfConvertor.pm, and come with their own man page. (Some old-style convertors come with their own script, in /usr/[local/]libexec/lire/convertors/foo2dlf). If you're looking for information, specifically for your log file type, you should look here. If you plan to cooperate with the LogReport team, you might want to take a look at the BUGS file, as distributed with the Lire tarball, too. The file COPYING documents terms and conditions for copying, distribution and modification of Lire. Some extra explanation about this is given in Frequently Asked Question About Lire, online at http://logreport.org/lire/faq.php . Other sources of information Some documentation on Lire and LogReport is not distributed with the Lire tarball. Documentation is available from the LogReport website on http://www.logreport.org/ . It offers mailing list archives on http://www.logreport.org/contact/lists/ . You can get in touch with other Lire users on the Lire mailing lists, see http://logreport.org/contact/lists/ . The LogReport team can be contacted directly too (email, irc, snailmail), see http://logreport.org/contact/ for details.
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