I was asked to provide a report of the number of maximum number of concurrently logged in Network Connect users for a single particular realm on a daily basis. They would like to see the these numbers for the time period beginning on January 1st, 2010. I know it can be done with a lot of manipulation of the log files. Does anyone know of an easy way?
Thanks in advance
You could grep the access.log for the realm you want to monitor and then pipe that into a file that could be scripted and then read by a tool such as RRDTool: http://oss.oetiker.ch/rrdtool/
It would take some work, but it is possible.
just write a small script in perl or bash and run it as a cron job so that it emails the appropriate folks.
Access Logs will tell you the max concurrent per hour per IVE or Statistics for the entire cluster... but something tells me if it were that simple you wouldn't be asking. Just in case I thought I'd give the easy answer... anything more specific than that and I imagine it would require a lot of log manipulation Counting Realm logins while uncounting log outs over a period of a day sounds rough...