logconv.pl (that ships with 389) can do this for you. You would want to
use one of these options to create a CSV file:
-m, --reportFileSecs <CSV output file - per second stats>
-M, --reportFileMins <CSV output file - per minute stats>
logconv.pl -M log-minute-stats-csv.out /logs/access*
On 10/28/2016 10:52 AM, Julian Kippels wrote:
does anyone have an idea what would be the best way to retroactivaley
generate performance metrics using the logfiles?
I would like to be able to check for example if in a certain time range
there were binds or searches that took longer than usual.
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