However, fwanalog currently performs extremely bad with large logfiles because of a diff phase. See the Debian bug report: http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=107199&repeatmerged=yes I'm working on a solution.
> My problem now seems to be that the reporting generated is very
> inconsistent, and seems to produce many errors when analog parses the log
That means that there are lines that the regexp doesn't catch. My fault 8-( Could you send me an example log file that fwanalog can't read?
> Also, I'm not sure what the time zone setting is supposed to be. This is
> an output from my NetBSD machine:
bb 23:01:06 bash ~ $ date +%Z; date +%z # Debian GNU/Linux CEST
bb 23:05:32 bash ~ $ ssh wpfw
$ date +%Z; date +%z # openbsd 2.9CEST
Analog needs the +0200 (+%z), your timezone difference. You can hard-code it in fwanalog.opts if your date(1) doesn't tell it to you.
Hope this helps
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