read_combined: read Combined Log Format files

Description Usage Arguments Details See Also Examples

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Description

read requests logs following the Combined Log Format.

Usage

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read_combined(file, has_header = FALSE)

Arguments

file

the full path to the CLF-formatted file you want to read.

has_header

whether or not the file has a header row. Set to FALSE by default.

Details

the Combined Log Format (CLF) is the same as the Common Log Format (CLF, because software engineers and naming go together like chalk and cheese), which is documented at read_clf. In addition to the fields described there, the Combined Log Format also includes:

read_combined handles these fields, as well as the CLF-standard ones. This is (amongst other things) the default logging format for nginx servers

See Also

read_clf for the /Common/ Log Format, and split_clf for splitting out the "requests" field.

Examples

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#Read in an example Combined-formatted file provided with the webreadr package.
data <- read_combined(system.file("extdata/combined_log.clf", package = "webreadr"))

Ironholds/webreadr documentation built on April 11, 2018, 11:48 p.m.