lsevents - command line interface for events table
lsevents [-b dbname] [-f limit] [-h] [-l limit]
lsevents is a simple command line interface to the shoki events table. The output is a list of events from the events table, one per line. Each line of the output contains the event number, the date of the event (the timestamp of the packet to which the event refers, for example), the event text, and the `IP quad' for the corresponding packet. The IP quad consists of the source IP address, source port, destination address, destination port, and IP protocol number.
By default (with no options), lsevents will list the ten (10) most recent events, most recent event first. This is identical to running lsevents -l 10.
-b dbname Connect to database dbname. Defaults to shoki. -f limit List the first limit events, in order (i.e., oldest event first). -h Print a usage message and exit. -l limit List the last limit events, in reverse order (i.e., most recent event first).
.An Stephen P. Berry <email@example.com>
More information can be found at the shoki homepage:
Check the README at the top of the source tree.
|February 10, 2004||LSEVENTS (1)||shoki|