How to read/poll disk_log wrap-logs?
Tue Dec 12 13:14:40 CET 2000
Have you tried using the Report Browser tool?? Check the SASL documentation
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Adam Aquilon [mailto:aa@REDACTED]
> Sent: 12 December 2000 10:15
> To: Erlang-Questions
> Subject: How to read/poll disk_log wrap-logs?
> Hi all!
> I'm feeling pretty stupid right now and I would appreciate anyone
> helping me out.
> I've been trying to setup a small reader for a log created as
> a 'disk_log' internal format wrap log (more than one wrap file).
> The behaviour I'm after is a reader that will can run in a separate VM
> from the process(es) writing to the wrap log. In other words, I don't
> want any other communication between the reader and the writers than
> the log files themselves.
> The reader should open the wrap log in 'read_only' mode and start
> doing sequential reads of the log data from the top. When it hits the
> end of the (circular) log, it should start polling for new data.
> I've tried to create this behaviour using both the disk_log:chunk/2,3
> functions as well as the separate 'wrap_log_reader' module, but none
> of those mechanisms seem to work. When these read functions return
> eof, there seems to be now way of making them follow the "write
> pointer" used by the writing VM, back to the first log file (or in
> some cases even to the next file in the log).
> I'm sure *someone* must have written the kind of reader I'm looking
> for, or otherwise managed to manuever disk_log or
> wrap_log_reader into
> doing what I want, so please help me out.
> Adam Aquilon CellPoint Systems AB
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