rasqlinsert daily database tables

Carter Bullard carter at qosient.com
Wed Dec 4 07:08:32 EST 2013

Hey Ricardo,
Grab a copy of the developers clients version where a lot of bugs have been fixed.

This version will become 3.0.8, hopefully soon.
When there are " % "s in the table name, the record contents become the source of time for generating the destination table name.

All looks like it should work.  If you have problems with send email !!!!


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> On Dec 4, 2013, at 6:15 AM, Ricardo Dias <ricardo.dias at live.com> wrote:
> Hello argus members.
> I have been using argus for the last months and its been a really good experience.
> In the past few weeks I've started to user rasqlinsert to store data in the mysql database with daily tables, I've created a service to start rasqlinsert upon boot, after argus, with the following statement:
> "rasqlinsert -d -S localhost -m none -M time 1d -w mysql://root@localhost/argus/argus_%Y_%m_%d -s stime saddr sport daddr dport proto pkts"
> When the service starts with creates the table just fine, but in the following days it doesn't create the respective tables and keeps storing all data in the same table when the service started. My first guess is that the date variables are static and the creation of new tables doesn't rely on the flow date time. But when I read the rasqlinser man it states otherwise: "rasqlinsert will generate table names based on time and insert its data relative to the timestamps found in the flow records it processes."
> If I restart the rasqlinsert service the correct table for the day is created.
> Can anyone give me a lead why this is happening?
> By the way I'm using version argus and rasqlinsert
> Thanks in advance!
> Ricardo
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