Commands tagged unixtime squid (1)

  • On-the-fly conversion of Unix Time to human-readable in Squid's access.log Show Sample Output


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    perl -p -e 's/^([0-9]*)/"[".localtime($1)."]"/e' < /var/log/squid/access.log
    KoRoVaMiLK · 2010-06-22 08:42:40 1

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