Month: September 2013

  • Extract referers from Apache logs

    This quick awk one-liner (tested on Linux) will extract all referer (referrer) entries from a combined Apache log file (called LOGFILE) excluding entries such as “”, “-“, (empty) and ones containing DOMAIN. Useful if you want to check where external referers are coming from awk ‘($11 !~ /^”?-?”?$/ && $11 !~ /DOMAIN/) {print $11}’ LOGFILE

  • What I’d like from a Sat-Nav system

    Just a few bullet points about some features which would encourage me to buy a new Sat Nav: Able to set route via computer I can tweak a route via Google Maps to avoid areas I don’t like for whatever reason, or to “swing by” places – I’d love to be able to just then […]