TOKYO (MacHouse) – A happy new year! We haven’t published a single desktop application this year. Well, actually… We submitted the first software title of the year to Mac App Store several hours ago. This new software release is called AccessOPache.
AccessOPache is a desktop application that lets you analyze raw server log files generated by Apache effectively. Instead of directly analyzing a raw log file, AccessOPache will first convert an Apache server log file into a SQLite database file. In this manner, you can pull specific records out of the current dataset effectively. Run a specific search by setting a time interval between two pairs of date & time. Find out how many times each IP address has accessed the server.
- Analyze raw server log files containing hundreds of thousands of records. Let the application convert each log file into a database file so that you can analyze data effectively.
- The built-in database lets you find out the nationality of an IP address you select.
- Use Request search to find out who has accessed the server for a particular resource.
- Use Time search to find out who has accessed the server during a particular interval.
- Use Collective IPs to find out how many times each IP address has accessed the server.
- Save lists of IP addresses, dates, requested resources, user agents as text files. Or send them to a printer.
- Split the current database into smaller XML files.
- Read data from an XML file generated by AccessOPache.
- The application supports Fullscreen.
- Language: English only.
- The application supports the Retina display.
- Application file size: 27.2 MB
- The application comes with a complete user’s guide written in English. (Choose Help > User’s Guide.)
- Mac OS X 10.7, 10.8, 10.9
- 64-bit system
- The application uses a build-in database to look up the nationality of each IP address. Since it’s not up-to-date, there is no guarantee that AccessOPache will find a match for the record you select.
1.0.3 (January 4, 2014)
- The application could crash when the user selected an XML file that was not created through Split Data. In other words, the user can now import any XML file that has been created with AccessOPache as a data source.
- The application did not initialize all data tables when the user selected a new dataset.
- Fix: The case-sensitive search did not work properly for Request search.
Click here to download a trial version. Meanwhile, if you regularly review Mac software, you may be eligible for receiving free coupon codes, which can be redeemed at Mac App Store. Click here for more information.
A video tutorial with text commentary is available in the form of a QuickTime movie. Click here. The data size is 210.8 MB, and the movie duration is 22 minutes and 58 seconds. The video dimensions are 1,440 x 900 pts.
AccessOPache is a product of MacHouse.