packet2sql converts any text file/log file which contains ipchains packet logs into a stream of SQL inserts
packet2sql converts any text file/log file which contains ipchains packet logs into a stream of SQL inserts.
If called with no options, packet2sql will read the log input from stdin. Since syslog dates do not include the year, packet2sql will assign one. If the month of a log entry comes after the current month, it assigns the previous year, otherwise it assigns the current year. This is helpful for processing December's logs in January. It is also helpful for people who archive logs and wish to recreate them. You can also use the '-y' option to override the
month guessing heuristic and assign one yourself. The option '-y 1998' will assign the year 1998 to all log files specified after the -y option. Note that if you use the -y option and wish to read log entries from stdin, you must specify '-' for the file to read from.
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