[icecast] Determining # of connections in a given period using the icecast.log file

Kerry Cox kerry.cox at ksl.com
Tue Mar 25 07:07:46 PST 2003


Anyone have a script for figuring out the total number of connections in
a given period of time? 
I need something that will parse through my icecast.log file and will
state the amount of connection established in a given day. I need it to
look for connections on a certain day and for the "Accepted client"
variable.
Management wants to know exactly how many established connections we
have been serving up since the conflict in Iraq began.
I guess I could write something, but my coding skills are so poor and I
am certain someone has already written something like this.
Thanks.
KJ


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