[icecast] Webalizer + IceCast2 logfile?
Dave St John
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Fri Mar 5 04:54:01 PST 2004
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Subject: [icecast] Webalizer + IceCast2 logfile?
<p>> Is it possible?
> Basically, I want to process the IceCast2 logfile in the same way as I
> process my Apache server logs? I tried a dry run, and it reported an
> error with regards to the "date" field - I am currently replacing the
> date field text "Eastern Standard Time" with the text "-400", to see if
> that would fix it (that how it is in my Apache logfile). I will then
> reprocess the logfile with Webalizer, and see if I get the same kind of
> From a different side, is it possible to have IceCast2 output an
> apache-compatible logfile - say, common log format (clf)? Or is there
> something I'm overlooking?
> The reason I'm interested is because a larger portion of my server's
> bandwidth is now being served over IceCast2, and I wanted to track that
> the same way as I track my webserver's bandwidth usage. I'm not
> necessarily interested in much of the other info, so if I can just get
> the bandwidth usage, I'd be pretty happy.
> Thanx in advance!
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