[Icecast] Log analysis

Greg J. Ogonowski greg at orban.com
Fri Mar 25 13:09:30 UTC 2005

Hi Geoff-

Sorry about the previous post.
That link is not what I meant to send.

However, this looks like an interesting package:


This is a free download from their website.

I haven't tested this, but it is on my never ending list of things to do.
Let me know if you get to it first.


At 23:13 2005-03-24, Geoff Shang wrote:

>Hi everyone,
>Ok, so I admit I'm asking this to avoid having to do my own research.  but
>I'm also asking in the hopes of avoiding doing my own scripting.
>ACB Radio is looking at moving across to Icecast.  There's really not a lot
>to stop us at this point.  But we are keen to retain access to total
>listener hours, average listen time and amount of data served per
>I know this can all be gleaned from the access.log file.  What I want to
>know is if there's any software that can already do this or whether I'll
>have to role my own.  I've heard people talk about webaliser, but can it
>track stuff like total listener hours?
>Any info on this would be helpful, including any scripts people have
>written to do this if such standalone solutions don't already exist.
>Geoff Shang <geoff at hitsandpieces.net>
>Phone: +61-418-96-5590
>MSN: geoff at acbradio.org
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