Log File Analyzer - squid

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  1. Log File Analyzer

    Anyone have any recommendations on a good log file analyzer program? I
    have a demo version of Internet Access Monitor, but it doesn't seem to
    do a very good job of sorting sites by category. I have created custom
    lists of strings to look for, but a lot of sites, although clearly
    defined as being a certain category, show up in a variety of
    categories. I have to go back and manually change to the correct
    category. Anyways, if anyone wants to share the log analyzer they use
    or point me in a good direction, I would really appreciate it.


    Thanks,

    Andy


  2. Re: Log File Analyzer

    hi,

    U need log file analyzer right? For this there is an application
    called SARG - Squid Analyzer Report Generator, u can search by google
    and use it , its a pretty easy application that to handle as ur
    spcification. ok bye. . ..

    with regards,

    gops

    91 9894929942


  3. Re: Log File Analyzer

    gops,

    Have you used SARG? I found it, but when I go to install is says
    'Failed dependency - Squid must be present.' Do you know where it is
    looking for squid at? or if there is any way around this?

    Thanks

    Andy


  4. Re: Log File Analyzer

    hi,

    I have installed SARG, I think u have installed squid but U doesnt
    start it . is it so u pls start the squid service and check it out.
    pls. . . .. actually the config file should present in
    /etc/squid/squid.conf by default it will be installed in
    /usr/local/squid probably, u pls check it out. . .. . bye


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