[Orca-users] Re: about logline

Blair Zajac blair at orcaware.com
Mon Jan 7 19:35:38 PST 2002

???? wrote:
     Hi, Blair!!

     Thank you very much your wonderful advise!

     Owe you, I can understand this system better, and I can watch 
     the "Web Server Hit Rate"and some others which hasn't seen

     Now, I'll see all the graphs supported by Orca and try to know 
     what they express or suggest.

     It maybe tough for me, but I do.
     When I have some question, I I'll write to this ML.


     Keiko. Y


You're welcome!

Use the web page


to find out what all of the measurements mean.


Blair Zajac <blair at orcaware.com>
Web and OS performance plots - http://www.orcaware.com/orca/

       -----Original Message-----
       From: Blair Zajac [mailto:blair at orcaware.com]
       Sent: Tuesday, January 08, 2002 3:46 AM
       To: orca-users at yahoogroups.com
       Subject: Re: [orca-users] about logline

       > ???? wrote:
       > Dear Zajac
       > I really apriciate your nice advice.
       > And now I want to ask you what the next mean;
       > >The orcallator.se reads the   access_log files
       > >generated by Apache or any other web server.
       > After I got your responce mail, I checked my apache log files again.
       > And I could find access logs that generated by Orca, and the error_log

       You mean the access logs generated by Apache, right?

       Here's how the various logs are read and written to:

             Apache/Netscape/etc -> writes to access_log

             orcallator.se       <- reads access_log
                                 -> writes orcallator-YYYY-MM-DD logs

             Orca                   <- reads orcallator-YYYY-MM-DD logs
                                   -> writes HTML and PNG/GIF image files

       > But I wonder why they (apache log files) could record the logs that
       > by Orca,
       > nevertheless, I have set the wrong file for log in start_orcallator.

       No, Apache doesn't read orcallator.se's logs, orcallator.se reads Apaches


       > Does it have a mean setting the log file in start_orcallator?
       > >Update start_orcallator to use a log file generated by Apache.
       > Can I see that you would say that start_orcallator watch the last log
       > something
       > in access_log generated by apache, and ....
       > What's going on ??
       > I want to know about what's going on with access_log data.

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