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Name: sarg Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.1
Version: 2.3.10 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: lp151.2.12 Build date: Thu Apr 11 05:47:48 2019
Group: Productivity/Networking/Web/Utilities Build host: lamb60
Size: 1230226 Source RPM: sarg-2.3.10-lp151.2.12.src.rpm
Summary: Squid Analysis Report Generator
Sarg -- Squid Analysis Report Generator is a tool that allows you to
view "where" your users are going to on the Internet. Sarg generate
reports in html, with fields such as: users, IP Addresses, bytes,
sites, and times.






* Thu Nov 23 2017
  - Replace references to /var/adm/fillup-templates with new
    %_fillupdir macro (boo#1069468)
* Thu Jun 15 2017
  - Remove apache2 dependency as it was only for directory ownership
  - Add patch sarg-no-werror.patch to not build with Werror
  - Cleanup a bit with spec-cleaner
  - Remove patch sarg-reports-english.patch which was applied by upstream
* Tue Dec 15 2015
  - update to 2.3.10
    - Greatly reduce the complexity and the number of messages to
    - Fix a couple of minor programming errors.
  - add missing BuildRequires
* Thu Mar 26 2015
  - fix apache.conf for apache 2.4
* Wed Nov 19 2014 Led <>
  - fix bashism in sarg-reports script
* Mon Nov 03 2014
  - update source URL due to source being unavailable at original location
  - Enable parallel build, remove redundant sections -
* Thu Oct 02 2014
  - Update to 2.3.9
    - Fix various small compile and link time errors.
    - Add some code to help in diagnosing an error with the number of old report
  - Changes from 2.3.8
    - Process downloaded volume bigger than 2GB (thanks to Рустам Муса-Ахунов).
* Fri Nov 01 2013
  - Update to 2.3.7
    - backport a fix to acccept a per user limit over 2GB
* Sun Jun 02 2013
  - Update to 2.3.6
    - Store the IP address in the per user limit file (thanks to xeus)
  - Changes from 2.3.5
    - Fix an issue when creating the redirector report. Sarg was not creating
      the unsorted file as expected. That regression was introduced in
      sarg 2.3.4
  - Changes from 2.3.4
    - Fix an error occurring when several user names contain at least two
      consecutive non-alphanumeric characters. In that case, the mangled
      file name is not unique. Thanks to Fabiola and Pecha for reporting
      this bug
    - Remove a warning about the redirector file that can't be deleted
      when it is not created.
  - Changes from 2.3.3
    - Don't abort the report generation due to an error in a squidGuard
      error (wrapped over long lines)
    - Support for gd, ldap and iconv can be disabled during configuration
    - Supporess the blank line breaking the header of the e-mail report
    - Add many debug messages to help understanding why some parts of the
      report are not produced. Considering all the options and various
      conditions that are involved in the creation of a report, that
      help is welcome
    - Fix the report generation if users_sites is disabled
    - Avoid a possible name clash among the temporary files if a user
      happens to have the same name as one of the files sarg generates
    - Fix various links and reports when some options are disabled
    - Accept regular expressions in the hostalias file
    - URL in SquidGuard logs sometimes don't have a scheme. This is now
      handled properly
    - Exclude hosts based on the IPv4 address even if a port number is
      suffixed after the IP address (thanks to Mark Easter for
      reporting the bug)
    - IP addresses can be resolved to host names using an external program
    - Limit the maximum line length read from the input log to avoid
      consuming all the memory when reading a corrupted or invalid file.
      The limit is set to 10MB per line
    - Protect the temporary directory against unsafe deletion (if the
      temporary path is set to a wrong location, sarg won't blindly
      wipe the directory)
    - The smartfilter might be fixed (I need test logs to validate this
      change. If you have some, please send them to fmarchal at
    - The top sites report can be sorted according to the number of
      users who visited each site
    - The two options --convert and --split can read the log file from
    - Display execution statistics with --statistics. Only useful to
      test for regressions during development
* Sun Mar 04 2012
  - Update to 2.3.2:
    * removed obsolete sarg-
    * added C_FLAGS=-std99 and sarg-2.3.2-limits_h.diff to compile on
      SLE 10 and openSUSE 11.1
    - Add support for sorttable.js (
      to dynamically sort some tables (thanks to Éric).
    - Add the two command line options --lastlog and --keeplogs to set the number of
      reports to keep or to keep all the reports respectively (thanks to Emmanuel
      Lacour for the suggestion).
    - Report the user ID in the e-mail report.
    - Add an option to sort the top sites by time.
    - Delete unused files from the directory containing the user report
      (thanks to alf-man).
    - Add the index_fields option to hide the directory size column in the index
      sorted by date.
    - Split the input log file in several files each containing one day worth of
      data (thanks to Mauricio Silveira).
    - Take the date_format into account when converting a log file.
    - Accept IPv6 addresses in the realtime report.
    - Don't fail for an empty report directory when building the index.
    - Fix a read error when parsing the time of a common log format
      (thanks to Richard P Scott).
    - Use anonymous file and directory names in the report to hide the identity of
      the user whose report is displayed and shorten the total path length.
    - More robust calls to external sort commands (guard against buffer overflows
      and use tab as column separator).
    - Replace host names by aliases and group identicaly aliased host names.
    - IPv6 is accepted in the hosts exclusion list.
    - Discriminate between users whose name produce the same mangled temporary
      file name.
    - Write a note about the number of entries ignored in the reports (thanks
      to Iain Lopata).
    - Command line option -z output some messages to explain why the reports
      are not generated due to the configuration.
    - The Sites & Users report page links to the user's page if the user is
      listed in the Top Users page.



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