(RADIATOR) converting mysqldump to livingston format
hugh at open.com.au
Mon Jul 1 19:19:52 CDT 2002
Hello Philip -
Why don't you just add an AcctLogFileName to write the flat files at the same
time as the SQL?
The above will write a new file for every month with a name like this:
You can alter the naming to suit.
BTW - you can use the same special characters to automatically write to a
different SQL table as well (the tables must be created first).
On Tue, 2 Jul 2002 10:03, Philip Clever wrote:
> Every couple of weeks we need to dump & clear the ACCOUTNING table, so that
> we can access the online interface (otherwise it grow to big and times out
> before returning any data). We do a mysqldump command on it and it dumps
> to a comma delimited file. We would like to view this through radacct.cgi
> specifying the logfile (.cgi?filename=). However to get any info to return
> on the webpage the log file must be in "Livingston" format. Does anyone
> know of a conversion utility to convert from Comma delimited to Livingston
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