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Package "httplog"

Title:Analyse SWI-Prolog HTTP server log files
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Latest version:0.5.0
SHA1 sum:38b45e88420de53da41854e1e6ed9aa6159713aa
Author:Jan Wielemaker <jan@swi-prolog.org>
Home page:https://github.com/JanWielemaker/httplog
Download URL:https://github.com/JanWielemaker/httplog/archive/*.zip

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Process SWI-Prolog HTTP logfiles

The SWI-Prolog HTTP server can be asked to write a logfile by loading the library(http/http_log). The resulting file is a file holding Prolog terms. This package allows for loading the logfile into the Prolog database and ask queries about it.

Loading a logfile

Before you can analyse a logfile it must be read into the Prolog database. Assuming the default name httpd.log, this is achieved using the following command:

% swipl
?- use_module(library(http/logstat)).
?- read_log('httpd.log').

Query the log database

In the examples below, we assume a logfile as created by ClioPatria. Adjust the paths and query parameter to match your web server. Once loaded, the database can be queried using logrecord/1. A simple example is:

?- logrecord([path('/sparql/'), search([query=Query])]).

Make a CSV file

Suppose you want to make a CSV file holding the IP addresses and the search executed from there. This can be achieved using:

?- findall(row(IP,Q),
           logrecord([path('/browse/search'), search([q=Q]), ip(IP)]),
           Rows),
   csv_write_file('queries.csv', Rows).

Converting lofiles

The Prolog script file script/log2clf.pl can be used to convert SWI-Prolog logfiles into the webserver Common Log Format syntax, so you can run common tools such as webalizer on them. This script is executed as:

% log2clf [-o out] [-a date] [-b date] file ...

Contents of pack "httplog"

Pack contains 4 files holding a total of 16.9K bytes.