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  1. #6
    Citação Postado originalmente por cebolark
    Aew,

    Filho, tail -f /var/log/arquivo-do-seu-log

    e poste aqui como esta aparecendo e tb o seu arquivo de configuracao do sarg.

    Ficara mais facil de te ajudar.


    Flws,
    ai vai o conf

    # sarg.conf
    #
    # TAG: language
    # Available languages:
    # Bulgarian_windows1251
    # Catalan
    # Czech
    # Dutch
    # English
    # French
    # German
    # Hungarian
    # Indonesian
    # Italian
    # Japanese
    # Latvian
    # Polish
    # Portuguese
    # Romanian
    # Russian_koi8
    # Russian_windows1251
    # Serbian
    # Spanish
    # Turkish
    #
    #language English

    # TAG: access_log file
    # Where is the access.log file
    # sarg -l file
    #
    access_log /var/log/squid/access.log

    # TAG: graphs yes|no
    # Use graphics where is possible.
    # graph_days_bytes_bar_color blue|green|yellow|orange|brown|red
    #
    #graphs yes
    #graph_days_bytes_bar_color orange

    # TAG: title
    # Especify the title for html page.
    #
    #title "Squid User Access Reports"

    # TAG: font_face
    # Especify the font for html page.
    #
    #font_face Tahoma,Verdana,Arial

    # TAG: header_color
    # Especify the header color
    #
    #header_color darkblue
    # TAG: header_bgcolor
    # Especify the header bgcolor
    #
    #header_bgcolor blanchedalmond

    # TAG: font_size
    # Especify the text font size
    #
    #font_size 9px

    # TAG: header_font_size
    # Especify the header font size
    #
    #header_font_size 9px

    # TAG: title_font_size
    # Especify the title font size
    #
    #title_font_size 11px

    # TAG: background_color
    # TAG: background_color
    # Html page background color
    #
    # background_color white

    # TAG: text_color
    # Html page text color
    #
    #text_color #000000

    # TAG: text_bgcolor
    # Html page text background color
    #
    #text_bgcolor lavender

    # TAG: title_color
    # Html page title color
    #
    #title_color green

    # TAG: logo_image
    # Html page logo.
    #
    #logo_image none

    # TAG: logo_text
    # Html page logo text.
    #
    #logo_text ""
    # TAG: logo_text_color
    # Html page logo texti color.
    #
    #logo_text_color #000000

    # TAG: logo_image_size
    # Html page logo image size.
    # width height
    #
    #image_size 80 45

    # TAG: background_image
    # Html page background image
    #
    #background_image none

    # TAG: password
    # User password file used by authentication
    # If used here, reports will be generated only for that users.
    #
    #password none

    # TAG: temporary_dir
    # Temporary directory name for work files
    # sarg -w dir
    #
    #temporary_dir /tmp

    # TAG: output_dir
    # The reports will be saved in that directory
    # sarg -o dir
    #
    output_dir /srv/www/default/html/sarg

    # TAG: output_email
    # Email address to send the reports. If you use this tag, no html reports will be generated.
    # sarg -e email
    #
    #output_email none

    # TAG: resolve_ip yes/no
    # Convert ip address to dns name
    # sarg -n
    #resolve_ip no

    # TAG: user_ip yes/no
    # Use Ip Address instead userid in reports.
    # sarg -p
    #user_ip no

    # TAG: topuser_sort_field field normal/reverse
    # Sort field for the Topuser Report.
    # Allowed fields: USER CONNECT BYTES TIME
    #
    #topuser_sort_field BYTES reverse

    # TAG: user_sort_field field normal/reverse
    # Sort field for the User Report.
    # Allowed fields: SITE CONNECT BYTES TIME
    #
    #user_sort_field BYTES reverse

    # TAG: exclude_users file
    # users within the file will be excluded from reports.
    # you can use indexonly to have only index.html file.
    #
    #exclude_users none

    # TAG: exclude_hosts file
    # Hosts, domains or subnets will be excluded from reports.
    #
    # Eg.: 192.168.10.10 - exclude ip address only
    # 192.168.10.0 - exclude full C class
    # s1.acme.foo - exclude hostname only
    # acme.foo - exclude full domain name
    #
    #exclude_hosts none

    # TAG: useragent_log file
    # Put here where is useragent.log to nable useragent report.
    #
    #useragent_log none

    # TAG: date_format
    # Date format in reports: e (European=dd/mm/yy), u (American=mm/dd/yy), w (Weekly=yy.ww)
    #
    #date_format u

    # TAG: per_user_limit file MB
    # Saves userid on file if download exceed n MB.
    # This option allow you to disable user access if user exceed a download limit.
    #
    #per_user_limit none

    # TAG: lastlog n
    # How many reports files must be keept in reports directory.
    # The oldest report file will be automatically removed.
    # 0 - no limit.
    #
    #lastlog 0

    # TAG: remove_temp_files yes
    # Remove temporary files: geral, usuarios, top, periodo from root report directory.
    #
    # TAG: index yes|no|only
    # Generate the main index.html.
    # only - generate only the main index.html
    #
    #index yes

    # TAG: overwrite_report yes|no
    # yes - if report date already exist then will be overwrited.
    # no - if report date already exist then will be renamed to filename.n, filename.n+1
    #
    #overwrite_report no

    # TAG: records_without_userid ignore|ip|everybody
    # What can I do with records without user id (no authentication) in access.log file ?
    #
    # ignore - This record will be ignored.
    # ip - Use ip address instead. (default)
    # everybody - Use "everybody" instead.
    #
    #records_without_userid ip

    # TAG: use_comma no|yes
    # Use comma instead point in reports.
    # Eg.: use_comma yes => 23,450,110
    # use_comma no => 23.450.110
    #
    #use_comma no

    # TAG: mail_utility mail|mailx
    # Mail command to use to send reports via SMTP
    #
    #mail_utility mailx

    # TAG: topsites_num n
    # How many sites in topsites report.
    #
    #topsites_num 100

    # TAG: topsites_sort_order CONNECT|BYTES A|D
    # Sort for topsites report, where A=Ascendent, D=Descendent
    #
    #topsites_sort_order CONNECT D

    # TAG: index_sort_order A/D
    # Sort for index.html, where A=Ascendent, D=Descendent
    #
    #index_sort_order D

    #exclude_codes /usr/local/sarg/exclude_codes

    # TAG: replace_index string
    # Replace "index.html" in the main index file with this string
    # If null "index.html" is used
    #
    #replace_index <?php echo str_replace(".", "_", $REMOTE_ADDR); echo ".html"; ?>

    # TAG: max_elapsed milliseconds
    # If elapsed time is recorded in log is greater than max_elapsed use 0 for elapsed time.
    # Use 0 for no checking
    #
    #max_elapsed 0
    # 8 Hours
    max_elapsed 28800000

    # TAG: report_type type
    # What kind of reports to generate.
    # topsites - shows the site, connect and bytes
    # sites_users - shows which users were accessing a site
    # users_sites - shows sites accessed by the user
    # date_time - shows the amount of bytes used by day and hour
    # denied - shows all denied sites with full URL
    # auth_failures - shows autentication failures
    # site_user_time_date - shows sites, dates, times and bytes
    #
    # Eg.: report_type topsites denied
    #
    #report_type topsites sites_users users_sites date_time denied auth_failures site_user_time_date

    # TAG: usertab filename
    # You can change the "userid" or the "ip address" to be a real user name on the reports.
    # Table syntax:
    # userid name or ip address name
    # Eg:
    # SirIsaac Isaac Newton
    # vinci Leonardo da Vinci
    # 192.168.10.1 Karol Wojtyla
    #
    # Each line must be terminated with '\n'
    #
    #usertab none

    # TAG: long_url yes|no
    # If yes, the full url is showed in report.
    # If no, only the site will be showed
    #
    # YES option generate very big sort files and reports.
    #
    #long_url no

    #date_time_by bytes

    # TAG: charset name
    # ISO 8859 is a full series of 10 standardized multilingual single-byte coded (8bit)
    # graphic character sets for writing in alphabetic languages
    # You can use the following charsets:
    # Latin1 - West European
    # Latin2 - East European
    # Latin3 - South European
    # Latin4 - North European
    # Cyrillic
    # Arabic
    # Greek
    # Hebrew
    # Latin5 - Turkish
    # Latin6
    # Windows-1251
    # Koi8-r
    #
    #charset Latin1

    # TAG: user_invalid_char "&/"
    # Records that contain invalid characters in userid will be ignored by Sarg.
    #
    #user_invalid_char "&/"

    # TAG: privacy yes|no
    # privacy_string "***.***.***.***"
    # privacy_string_color blue
    # In some countries the sysadm cannot see the visited sites by a restrictive law.
    # Using privacy yes the visited url will be changes by privacy_string and the link
    # will be removed from reports.
    #
    #privacy no
    #privacy_string "***.***.***.***"
    #privacy_string_color blue

    # TAG: include_users "user1:user2:...:usern"
    # Reports will be generated only for listed users.
    #
    #include_users none

    # TAG: exclude_string "string1:string2:...:stringn"
    # Records from access.log file that contain one of listed strings will be ignored.
    #
    #exclude_string none

    # TAG: show_successful_message yes|no
    # Shows "Successful report generated on dir" at end of process.
    #show_successful_message yes

    # TAG: show_read_statistics yes|no
    # Shows some reading statistics.
    #
    #show_read_statistics yes

    # TAG: topuser_fields
    # Which fields must be in Topuser report.
    #
    #topuser_fields NUM DATE_TIME USERID CONNECT BYTES %BYTES IN-CACHE-OUT USED_TIME MILISEC %TIME TOTAL AVERAGE

    # TAG: user_report_fields
    # Which fields must be in User report.
    #
    #user_report_fields CONNECT BYTES %BYTES IN-CACHE-OUT USED_TIME MILISEC %TIME TOTAL AVERAGE

    # TAG: topuser_num n
    # How many users in topsites report. 0 = no limit
    #
    #topuser_num 0

    # TAG: site_user_time_date_type list|table
    # generate reports for site_user_time_date in list or table format
    #
    #site_user_time_date_type table

    # TAG: datafile file
    # Save the report results in a file to populate some database
    #
    #datafile none
    #datafile /tmp/p8

    # TAG: datafile_delimiter ";"
    # ascii character to use as a field separator in datafile
    #
    #datafile_delimiter ";"

    # TAG: datafile_fields all
    # Which data fields must be in datafile
    # user;date;time;url;connect;bytes;in_cache;out_cache;elapsed
    #
    #datafile_fields user;date;time;url;connect;bytes;in_cache;out_cache;elapsed

    # TAG: weekdays
    # The weekdays to take account ( Sunday->0, Saturday->6 )
    # Example:
    #weekdays 1-3,5
    # Default:
    #weekdays 0-6

    # TAG: hours
    # The hours to take account
    # Example:
    #hours 7-12,14,16,18-20
    # Default:
    #hours 0-23

    # TAG: squidguard_conf file
    # path to squidGuard.conf file
    # Generate reports from SquidGuard logs.
    # Use 'none' to disable.
    # squidguard_conf /usr/local/squidGuard/squidGuard.conf
    #
    #squidguard_conf none

    # TAG: squidguard_log_format
    # Format string SquidGuard logs.
    # REJIK #year#-#mon#-#day# #hour# #list#:#tmp# #ip# #user# #tmp#/#tmp#/#url#/#end#
    # SQUIDGUARD #year#-#mon#-#day# #hour# #tmp#/#list#/#tmp#/#tmp#/#url#/#tmp# #ip#/#tmp# #user# #end#
    #squidguard_log_format #year#-#mon#-#day# #hour# #tmp#/#list#/#tmp#/#tmp#/#url#/#tmp# #ip#/#tmp# #user# #end#

    # TAG: show_sarg_info yes|no
    # shows sarg information and site path on each report bottom
    #
    #show_sarg_info yes

    # TAG: show_sarg_logo yes|no
    # shows sarg logo
    #
    #show_sarg_logo yes

    # TAG: parsed_output_log directory
    # Saves the processed log in a sarg format after parsing the squid log file.
    # This is a way to dump all of the data structures out, after parsing from
    # the logs (presumably this data will be much smaller than the log files themselves),
    # and pull them back in for later processing and merging with data from previous logs.
    #
    #parsed_output_log none

    # TAG parsed_output_log_compress /bin/gzip|/usr/bin/bzip2|nocompress
    # sarg logs compress util
    #
    #parsed_output_log_compress /bin/gzip

    # TAG displayed_values bytes|abbreviation
    # how the values will be displayed in reports.
    # eg. bytes - 209.526
    # abbreviation - 210K
    #
    #displayed_values bytes

    # Report limits
    # TAG authfail_report_limit n
    #denied_report_limit 10
    #siteusers_report_limit 0
    #squidguard_report_limit 10
    #user_report_limit 0

    # TAG www_document_root dir
    # Where is your Web DocumentRoot
    # Sarg will create sarg-php directory with some PHP modules:
    # - sarg-squidguard-block.php - add urls from user reports to squidGuard DB
    #
    #www_document_root /var/www/html

    # TAG block_it module_url
    # This tag allow you to pass urls from user reports to a cgi or php module,
    # to be blocked by some Squid acl
    #
    # Eg.: block_it /sarg-php/sarg-block-it.php
    # sarg-block-it is a php that will append a url to a flat file.
    # You must change /var/www/html/sarg-php/sarg-block-it to point to your file
    # in $filename variable, and chown to a httpd owner.
    #
    # sarg will pass http://module_url?url=url
    #
    #block_it none

    # TAG external_css_file path
    # This tag allow internal sarg css override.
    # Sarg use theses style classes:
    # .body body class
    # .info sarg information class, align=center
    # .title title class, align=center
    # .header header class, align:left
    # .header2 header class, align:right
    # .header3 header class, align:right
    # .text text class, align:left
    # .data table text class, align:right
    # .data2 table text class, align:right, border colors
    # .link link class
    #
    # There is a sample in /usr/local/sarg/etc/css.tpl
    #
    #external_css_file none

    # TAG user_authentication yes|no
    # Allow user authentication in User Reports using .htaccess
    # Parameters:
    # AuthUserFile - where the user password file is
    # AuthName - authentication realm. Eg "Members Only"
    # AuthType - authenticaion type - basic
    # Require - authorized users to see the report.
    # %u - user report
    #
    # user_authentication no
    # AuthUserFile /usr/local/sarg/passwd
    # TAG download_suffix "suffix,suffix,...,suffix"
    # file suffix to be considered as "download" in Download report.
    # Use 'none' to disable.
    #
    #download_suffix "zip,arj,bzip,gz,ace,doc,iso,adt,bin,cab,com,dot,drv$,lha,lzh,mdb,mso,ppt,rtf,src,shs,sys,exe,dll,mp3,avi,mpg,mpeg"

    # ulimit n
    # The maximum number of open file descriptors to avoid "Too many open files" error message.
    # You need to run sarg as root to use ulimit tag.
    #
    #ulimit 20000


    obrigado pela atenção

  2. #7
    luciano555
    Por favor se alguem tiver alguma dica agradeço



  3. Tenta usar a opcao -f apos o sarg.....

    Ex: sarg -f /etc/sarg/sarg.conf






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