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Aleph pc_server Log Analyzer

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Last Updated: Oct 30, 2009 00:40


  • Description

    Analyze pc_server logs.  Output includes number of events in each hour, with average elapsed time per event, number of events that take more than n seconds, percentage of events that take more than n seconds.  Same statistics are presented for each event type.


  • Author: Erik Biever
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  • Institution:  University of MinnesotaUniversity of Minnesota
  • Year: 2009
  • License: BSD style
  • Short description: Use, modification and distribution of the code are permitted provided the copyright notice, list of conditions and disclaimer appear in all related material.
  • Link to terms: [Detailed license terms]
  • Skill required for using this code: basic
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State

Stable

Programming language

Perl

Software requirements

No additional modules needed, just plain perl.

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How to run it:  analyze_pc_server_log <filename(s)>

Filename argument can be a single file or a group of files.

Examples:

analyze_pc_server_log $LOGDIR/pc_server_6992.log

analyze_pc_server_log $LOGDIR/pc_server_6992.log*

Installation instructions

Place in any convenient directory from which you can run an executable script.

If you capture output to a filename ending in .xls, you can easily open the file in Excel or OpenOffice.org.
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Added by Erik Biever on May 01, 2009 00:36, last edited by Conf Admin on Oct 30, 2009 00:40

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