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    Hello,

    I have to generate a graphical reporting from already existing standard log files of three parallel/clustered wowza 3 servers. How can I merge/add the files to one output?

    As a understand Sawmill http://www.wowza.com/forums/showthread.php?t=249 is only working with modified log files?

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    You can paste them together with text editor. Remove the headers from the 2nd and 3rd before you copy then paste in at the bottom. Open in Excel to sort on date, time

    Richard

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    Hello,

    but the log files are from 5 days * 3 servers ...

    Server 1:
    "2011-11-28" "14:58:14" "rtmp://.........
    "2011-11-28" "14:58:24" "rtmp://.........

    Server 2:
    "2011-11-28" "14:58:09" "rtmp://.........
    "2011-11-28" "14:58:19" "rtmp://.........

    Addition:
    "2011-11-28" "14:58:09" "rtmp://.........
    "2011-11-28" "14:58:14" "rtmp://.........
    "2011-11-28" "14:58:19" "rtmp://.........
    "2011-11-28" "14:58:24" "rtmp://.........

    How can I generate a graphical report of the addition?

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    The Wowza access log is just tab delimited file with a header that shows column names in date, time order. So if you just put them together by pasting one below another (removing the headers from the ones you paste in), then save to new file, then open in Excel, then sort on data and time (to arrange the 3 files in the right order as if it were one server's logs), then save again to new file, you will end up with a log file identical to the log of a single server that had handled all the traffic that your 3 servers handled separately.

    Excel will make nice graphs. That file can be the input to anything that makes graphs from data.

    Sawmill automates all this and makes nice graphs.

    Richard

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