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Re: Collapsing Empty Variables in Nginx Access Log When Using TAB Delimiter

March 07, 2012 05:14PM
OK, I just knocked-out 50 push-ups as a punishment for this. There's absolutely nothing wrong with the logging module. Apparently, the Mac OS X Term was messing this up while I was copying and pasting into Textmate. I ran the logs through `cut` as well as a custom line parser and it's working perfectly fine. I apologize for the confusion, but trust me that I actually blew a day and a half wrestling with this before I figured-out that it was an issue with the copying and pasting from Term.

On another note, it would be cool if we could set a default character for NULL/empty variables. For example, instead of the '-' character, I would prefer just an empty char to be written since I'm doing a TSV format. This way, I wouldn't have to preprocess the logs and strip-out the '-' when importing to a DB store, etc.
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Collapsing Empty Variables in Nginx Access Log When Using TAB Delimiter

adamchal March 06, 2012 02:00PM

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adamchal March 07, 2012 05:14PM

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adamchal March 09, 2012 12:23PM



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