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LOGRESOLVE(1)			  logresolve			 LOGRESOLVE(1)

NAME
       logresolve - Resolve IP-addresses to hostnames in Apache	log files

SYNOPSIS
       logresolve [ -s filename	] [ -c ] < access_log >	access_log.new

SUMMARY
       logresolve  is  a  post-processing  program  to resolve IP-addresses in
       Apache's	access logfiles. To minimize impact on your nameserver,	logre-
       solve  has its very own internal	hash-table cache. This means that each
       IP number will only be looked up	the first time it is found in the  log
       file.

       Takes  an  Apache  log file on standard input. The IP addresses must be
       the first thing on each line and	must be	separated from	the  remainder
       of the line by a	space.

OPTIONS
       -s filename
	      Specifies	a filename to record statistics.

       -c     This  causes  logresolve to apply	some DNS checks: after finding
	      the hostname from	the IP address,	it looks up the	 IP  addresses
	      for the hostname and checks that one of these matches the	origi-
	      nal address.

Apache HTTP Server		  2012-01-09			 LOGRESOLVE(1)

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