Mining think time


(Mohan Radhakrishnan) #1

Hi,
I have a GB of Apache access logs which I mine using awstats. But in
order to plan capacity using queueing I need think times of requests. I
don't want to add any new log format at this time and generate new logs.

Is it possible to get response times from logs Apache ? This will be very
helpful.

I have LogStash,elasticSearch and Kibana. Do I need all three for this ? I
don't have problems with plotting because I use 'R'.

Thanks,
Mohan

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(Alexander Reelsen) #2

Hey,

logstash can be used as a log file aggregator for your apache logfiles, see
more at http://logstash.net/
logstash uses elasticsearch to store its data in it (including the response
times), so you need at least these two.

I also highly recommend to take a look at kibana, as it might save you the
hassle of using R and have nice near-realtime statistics, as Kibana as a
wonderful dashboarding software, which can graph any data you like out of
elasticsearch.

if you have any particular question, do not hesitate to ask. Done with the
into-the-weekend sales pitch for Kibana :slight_smile:

--Alex

On Fri, Sep 27, 2013 at 1:46 PM, Mohan Radhakrishnan <
radhakrishnan.mohan@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi,
I have a GB of Apache access logs which I mine using awstats. But in
order to plan capacity using queueing I need think times of requests. I
don't want to add any new log format at this time and generate new logs.

Is it possible to get response times from logs Apache ? This will be very
helpful.

I have LogStash,elasticSearch and Kibana. Do I need all three for this ?
I don't have problems with plotting because I use 'R'.

Thanks,
Mohan

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