This is SRG a free log analyser for the Squid Proxy.
Hopefully by now we've managed to get a reasonably stable log analyser for
the squid proxy, however there may still be a few more bugs in it. Your help
in using and testing SRG would be much appreciated. There is not a lot of
documentation available for SRG yet, you can try the FAQ in the same directory
as this readme as a start.
You are strongly encouraged to join both the srg-users and srg-announce mailing
lists where the developers lurk and you are likely to receive help with any
problems that you are having. You can subscribe to these lists using the URLs
Version 2 of SRG is likely to be quite different to the current version. If
you would like to participate in the design and development of it, please join
the srg-users list mentioned above.
srg-users Mailing List:
srg-announce Mailing List:
You may also be lucky enough to find more tips and documentation on the SRG
homepage at http://www.crc.net.nz/software/srg.php
** COMPILING SRG **
To get started type
then as root type
** COMPILING FROM CVS **
If you were brave enough to check out SRG from CVS then you will need to
to initialise the required autotools scripts before you can run the commands
** BUG REPORTS **
If you find a bug in SRG please use the Sourceforge Bug Tracker at
and we'll do our best to try and fix it!
** FEEDBACK and SUGGESTIONS **
If you have feedback or suggestions for enhancements to SRG the best place
to send them is to the srg-users mailing list described above.
** HACKING on SRG **
See the HACKING file in the top level source directory for more information.
** SRG PACKAGES **
Debian and Redhat packages are provided for the stable versions of SRG. You
can obtain these packages from any of the normal SRG download mirrors.
Alternatively you can build your own packages directly from the source trees
by executing one of the following commands.
DEB: dpkg-buildpackage -uc -us
1 Mar 2005