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RASQLTIMEINDEX(1)	    General Commands Manual	     RASQLTIMEINDEX(1)

NAME
       rasqltimeindex -	read argus(8) data from	mysql database.

SYNOPSIS
       rasqltimeindex -r argus.data.file -w mysql://user@host/db

DESCRIPTION
       Rasqltimeindex index argus data files by	time.

       The  principal  function	of rasqltimeindex is to	provide	fast access to
       indexed argus data files	based on time.

       Rasqltimeindex, like all	ra based clients, supports a number of ra  op-
       tions rasqltimeindex(1) specific	options	are:

RASQLTIMEINDEX SPECIFIC	OPTIONS
       -w <mysql://[user[:pass]@]host[:port]/db>
	   Specify  the	 mysql	database  to use in maintaining	the 'Seconds',
	   'Probe', and	'Filename' database index tables.

INVOCATION
       This invocation reads argus(8) data from	the file argus.file  and  cre-
       ates an index of	every second in	the file in the	db database, using the
       user database account.

	  rasqltimeindex -r argus.file -w mysql://user@localhost/db

       To take advantage of the	speedup	provided by  the  time	indexing,  use
       rasql  to  read	the  mysql database, with a time filter.  This example
       will read from the database that	contains the 'Seconds',	 'Probe',  and
       'Filename'  database index tables, and search for all flow records from
       00:00:00	- 00:00:25, 20 days ago.

	  rasql	-r mysql://user@localhost/db -t	-20d+25s

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (c) 2000-2016 QoSient.	All rights reserved.

SEE ALSO
       ra(1), rasql(1),	rarc(5), argus(8),

AUTHORS
       Carter Bullard (carter@qosient.com).

rasqltimeindex 3.0.8		12 August 2009		     RASQLTIMEINDEX(1)

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