BIND9 query log analyzer tool for RHEL4/5
tommi.nikkila at wmdata.fi
Tue Oct 30 13:38:02 UTC 2007
Is the silence to be interpreted as that there is no tools available to sort out the BIND logs..? Other than the ones I mentioned... I though there would be at least one savvy Perl (or some?) coder out there that has this one already... ;p
Well, I guess I'll have to work something out with lire and/or sawmill... :(
From: redhat-list-bounces at redhat.com [mailto:redhat-list-bounces at redhat.com] On Behalf Of Nikkilä Tommi
Sent: 24. lokakuuta 2007 9:16
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Subject: BIND9 query log analyzer tool for RHEL4/5
I was wondering if there is any kind of tool to do some BIND query log analyzing? I know of topdns, which is nice, if kept running *all the time* but to really parse through some query logs (currently I have some 250Mbs waiting to be parsed) I need a proper tool.
I came across with lire but that requires so many (PERL) components that I'm not willing to give it a shot (not just yet, anyway). Also, sawmill isn't for me as it (also) requires *a lot of* unnecessary (at least to me) components.
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