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MAKE-REPORT(1)		    General Commands Manual		MAKE-REPORT(1)

NAME
       make-report - process a web log and produce a report

SYNOPSIS
       make-report [-c analog.cfg] [-o report.html] logfile...

DESCRIPTION
       make-report  resolves the IP addresses in the given log files.  Then it
       runs Analog to create a report, called report.html by default.  The log
       files  are  expected to be in the Common	Log Format, with optional ref-
       erer and	user-agent fields allowed at the ends of the lines.

       When make-report	finishes  running,  the	 given	log  files  have  been
       rewritten  in  gzip  format  (with the extension	".gz") with the	IP ad-
       dresses resolved	(as many as possible).	Any of the input files may  be
       gzipped already (with the extension ".gz"), but they need not be.

OPTIONS
       -c analog.cfg
	      Use an alternate Analog configuration file.

       -o report.html
	      Alternate	output file.

FILES
       /usr/local/share/fastresolve/analog.cfg
	      Default Analog configuration file.

       report.html
	      Default output file.

       ip2host.db
	      DB file mapping IP addresses to host names.

SEE ALSO
       analog(1), dns-terror(1)

AUTHORS
       David MacKenzie <djm@djmnet.org>.  Please send comments and bug reports
       to <fastresolve-bugs@djmnet.org>.

Fastresolve			 October 2002			MAKE-REPORT(1)

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