Tony Melia Tony.Melia at
Fri Feb 2 01:39:10 GMT 2001

Is there any way to get usage statistics from squid log files to see what
the most commonly used share/files within a share are?

Each user has an S: drive mapped to a single share on a samba server. I need
to reinstall the linux server, so I would like to see the most commonly used
files so I can make sure they are put back on after I rebuild.

Can this be done cleanly?

> Tony Melia MCSE MCP+I
> Systems Engineer
> Downs MicroSystems Pty Ltd
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