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accesslogs time format

folks

the time format when running a tail or grep isn't in a particularly eaily readable format

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is there a switch or something that can be configured to make it legible?

thanks to anyone taking the time to respond                  

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accesslogs time format

Go to System Administration>Log Subscriptions,

Click on the log name go to Custom Fields, and add %v (date) and %V (time)

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accesslogs time format

Just an FYI...

You can also add %L to access log field if you wish...

x-local_time %L Request local time in human readable format: DD/MMM/YYYY : hh:mm:ss +nnnn. This field is written with double-quotes in the access logs.

KJ

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accesslogs time format

Go to System Administration>Log Subscriptions,

Click on the log name go to Custom Fields, and add %v (date) and %V (time)

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accesslogs time format

ken

many thanks for that

should have known to look there!

New Member

accesslogs time format

Just an FYI...

You can also add %L to access log field if you wish...

x-local_time %L Request local time in human readable format: DD/MMM/YYYY : hh:mm:ss +nnnn. This field is written with double-quotes in the access logs.

KJ

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accesslogs time format

kerry

many thanks for this

greatly appreciated

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