lighty-stats is a CLI lighttpd log file analyzer which, unlike most other tools, prints the result directly to the terminal. Since most Web servers use the same log format, it can be used for other httpd software as well.
|Tags||Internet Log Analysis|
Release Notes: The documentation was improved a bit. A typo in the Makefile was fixed and a missing option was added to the zsh completion.
Release Notes: Minor code improvements. --count=0 now shows all items instead of none.
Release Notes: This release added statistics about User Agents and improved handling of /dev/stdin and similar files.
Release Notes: Abuse of eval() in the source code has been removed, lighty-stats now has far better performance and consumes less memory. Documentation for the -C switch, which was missing in the last release, has been added.
Release Notes: Log files can now be read directly from stdin, and it's possible to specify the regular expression used for parsing on the command line.