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CLI Single user traffic monitoring S360

Anybody know how to do this? I would like to be able to tail in real time a single users web traffic. I was able to tail the accesslogs, but it does not seem to update as new entries come in.

Thank you

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CLI Single user traffic monitoring S360

Hi Bob,

It should work as you said:

grep

1

username

y, n, y, n

Certainly does for me.

Thanks

Chris

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Re: CLI Single user traffic monitoring S360

Yeah I feel a bit stupid for asking as you answer is basically what I saw in a video link from within the support pages, but when I do that nothing happens. Maybe I just need to let it sit there for a moment longer. If I choose "N" to tail the accesslogs then shortly after I hit enter all of the archived logs start to scroll through. I'll have to try it again

Thank you for responding.

CLI Single user traffic monitoring S360

Could it be an unauthenticated site you are regexing?  You could test using a different part of the log, the URL "google" for example.

Cheers

CLI Single user traffic monitoring S360

Bob,

If you're looking for a single user, you want to grep the user's IP.

Keep in mind that you're tailing a log file, and that the box will keep a certain amount of that in memory before it flushes it to disk... I tend to see a bit of lag on my S160...

Ken

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