Log Analysis

brad at beckenhauer.com brad at BECKENHAUER.COM
Wed Dec 7 16:06:28 GMT 2005

Using Vispan 2.0.2 & Postfix here.
I'll second Michele's comments below.  Currently we can compare the real numbers for Current activity and last period.  After that we have to look at the graph and approximate the previous periods.
1) How about a cvs export of the data on the web page, or an option to dump the data to cvs format ( or email the cvs to a designated role in the conf file).
2) I'd like to have the Inbound and Outbound Queue graphs & the  "Mail Pending" fixed for Postfix users ( I manually patch the source to get the graphs going).
3) Option to disable graphing "Rejected" data.   I have periods where the "rejected" is so high that the remaining graph lines get blurred together.

>>> Michele Neylon :: Blacknight Solutions<michele at BLACKNIGHT.IE> 12/7/2005 4:12:13 AM >>>

David While <> said on 07 December 2005 10:03:

> Give me some insight in what you want in "the next level" and I will
> see what I can do. 

More details and monthly breakdowns, so that we could see which viruses were
prevalent in each month etc., 
If the stats were in XML or something else it would make it a lot easier to
manipulate them using external software and make prettty graphs :) 

At the moment we get overall trends and "last period", but it's not possible
to see what has happened over a 3 month period or compare one period with
another, as there is no archive more of a cumulative stats.


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