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About: SARG ia a Squid Analysis Report Generator.

sarg.1  (sarg-2.3.11):sarg.1  (sarg-2.4.0)
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-h --help -h --help
Show summary of options. Show summary of options.
-a hostname|ip address -a hostname|ip address
Limits report to records containing the specified hostname/ip address Limits report to records containing the specified hostname/ip address
-b filename -b filename
Enables UserAgent log and writes it to filename. Enables UserAgent log and writes it to filename.
Warning
This option is currently unused.
-c filename -c filename
Read filename for a list of the web hosts to exclude from the report. See the section called “HOST Read filename for a list of the web hosts to exclude from the report. See the section called “HOST
EXCLUSION FILE”. EXCLUSION FILE”.
--convert --convert
Convert a squid log file date/time field to a human-readable format. All the log files are read and Convert a squid log file date/time field to a human-readable format. All the log files are read and
output as one text on the standard output. output as one text on the standard output.
If the input log file name is -, the input log file is read from stan
dard input.
--css --css
Output, on the standard output, the internal css sarg inlines in the reports. You can redirect the Output, on the standard output, the internal css sarg inlines in the reports. You can redirect the
output to a file of your choice and edit it. Then you can override th e internal css with output to a file of your choice and edit it. Then you can override th e internal css with
external_css_file in sarg.conf. external_css_file in sarg.conf.
Using an external css can reduce the size of the report file. If you are short on disk space, you Using an external css can reduce the size of the report file. If you are short on disk space, you
may consider exporting the css as explained above. may consider exporting the css as explained above.
-d date -d date
Use date to restrict the report to some date range during log file pr ocessing. Format for date is Use date to restrict the report to some date range during log file pr ocessing. Format for date is
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Limit the number of logs kept in the output directory to n. Any super numerary report is deleted Limit the number of logs kept in the output directory to n. Any super numerary report is deleted
starting with the oldest report. The value of n must be positive or z ero. A value of zero means no starting with the oldest report. The value of n must be positive or z ero. A value of zero means no
report should be deleted. report should be deleted.
-L filename -L filename
Reads a proxy redirector log file such as one created by squidGuard o r Rejik. If you use this Reads a proxy redirector log file such as one created by squidGuard o r Rejik. If you use this
option, you may want to configure redirector_log_format in sarg.conf to match the output format of option, you may want to configure redirector_log_format in sarg.conf to match the output format of
your web content filtering program. This option can be repeated up to 64 times to read multiple your web content filtering program. This option can be repeated up to 64 times to read multiple
files. files.
-m
Enable advanced processing debug messages. This option produces an en
ourmous amount of output.
-n -n
Enables ip address resolution. Enables ip address resolution.
-o dir -o dir
Writes report in dir. Writes report in dir.
-p -p
Generates reports using ip address instead of userid. Generates reports using ip address instead of userid.
-P prefix --splitprefix prefix -P prefix --splitprefix prefix
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Output the realtime report on the standard output and exit. Output the realtime report on the standard output and exit.
-s string -s string
Limits report to the site specified by string [eg. www.debian.org] Limits report to the site specified by string [eg. www.debian.org]
--split --split
Split the squid log file and output it as text on the standard output omitting the dates outside of Split the squid log file and output it as text on the standard output omitting the dates outside of
the range specified by the -d parameter. If it is combined with --con vert the dates are also the range specified by the -d parameter. If it is combined with --con vert the dates are also
converted to a human-readable format. converted to a human-readable format.
If the input log file name is -, the input log file is read from stan Combined with -P, the log is written in several files each containing
dard input. one day of the original log.
Combined with -P, the log is written in several files each containing
one day worth of the original
log.
--statistics --statistics
Writes some statistics about the execution time. The statistics inclu de the total execution time; Writes some statistics about the execution time. The statistics inclu de the total execution time;
the number of records read in the input log files and the time it too k to read them; the number of the number of records read in the input log files and the time it too k to read them; the number of
records and users processed and the time it took to process them. records and users processed and the time it took to process them.
-t string -t string
Limits the records included in the report based on time-of-day. Forma t for string is HH:MM or Limits the records included in the report based on time-of-day. Forma t for string is HH:MM or
HH:MM-HH:MM. The former reports only the requested time. The latter r eports any entry falling within HH:MM-HH:MM. The former reports only the requested time. The latter r eports any entry falling within
the requested range. This limit complement the limit imposed by optio n -d. the requested range. This limit complement the limit imposed by optio n -d.
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Example 1. Example of a hosts exclusion file Example 1. Example of a hosts exclusion file
*.google.com *.google.com
10.0.0.0/8 10.0.0.0/8
Sarg cannot exclude IPv6 addresses at the moment. Sarg cannot exclude IPv6 addresses at the moment.
SEE ALSO SEE ALSO
squid(8) squid(8)
AUTHORS AUTHORS
This manual page was written by Luigi Gangitano gangitano@lugroma3.org, f or the Debian GNU/Linux system This manual page was written by Luigi Gangitano<gangitano@lugroma3.org>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system
(but may be used by others). Revised by Billy Newsom. (but may be used by others). Revised by Billy Newsom.
Currently maintained by Fr�d�ric Marchal fmarchal@users.sourceforge.net. Currently maintained by Fr�d�ric Marchal<fmarchal@users.sourceforge.net>.
AUTHORS AUTHORS
Fr�d�ric Marchal <fmarchal@users.sourceforge.net> Fr�d�ric Marchal <fmarchal@users.sourceforge.net>
Docbook version of the manual page Docbook version of the manual page
Billy Newsom Billy Newsom
Revision of the manual page Revision of the manual page
Luigi Gangitano <gangitano@lugroma3.org> Luigi Gangitano <gangitano@lugroma3.org>
Author of the first manual page Author of the first manual page
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COPYRIGHT COPYRIGHT
Copyright © 2012 Fr�d�ric Marchal Copyright © 2012 Fr�d�ric Marchal
NOTES NOTES
1. Squid Web Proxy Cache 1. Squid Web Proxy Cache
http://www.squid-cache.org/ http://www.squid-cache.org/
2. squidGuard 2. squidGuard
http://www.squidguard.org/ http://www.squidguard.org/
sarg 27 May 2012 SARG(1) sarg 12 Nov 2015 SARG(1)
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