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  1. #1

    Squid Log analyaser

    HI all,
    I am running squid. Now I want to check which site is most hit from mine Network. I tried to install SARG but it is giving me problem. So I tried Squidfire but this will not fulfill my Desire. So Any idea.

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    Linux Engineer jledhead's Avatar
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    sarg is the best log parser for squid IMO.

    What problems did it give you, the install is pretty straightforward and some distros you can even apt-get or yum install it

    there are also binaries

  3. #3
    Thanks for information. Well I have write script. It is working. I just want to check which site is most hit from mine Network. That script is working. Thanks

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    Calamaris can also be used. But not exactly sure how much useful it's be in tracking URLs.

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    I'm also needed the same but SARG displays only the bytes transferred in a particular time by a user, i had installed lightsquid but it is not as good as i think, i need to get the report on list of websites viewed by the users and also the time of accessing those websites and the bytes transferred from those websites.
    Pls suggest a good squid log analyser which will display all the details in a web browser like SARG and lightsquid.

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