AKAMAI HTTP STREAMING (W3C)
Sawmill is a Akamai HTTP Streaming (W3C) log analyzer (it also supports the 950 other log formats listed to the left).
It can process log files
in Akamai HTTP Streaming (W3C) format, and generate dynamic statistics from them,
analyzing and reporting events.
Sawmill can parse Akamai HTTP Streaming (W3C) logs, import them into a MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, or Oracle database (or its own built-in database),
aggregate them, and generate dynamically filtered reports, all through a web interface.
Sawmill can perform Akamai HTTP Streaming (W3C) log analysis on any platform, including Window, Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, Mac OS, Solaris, other UNIX, and others.
The database fields available in this log format are defined in the log data; Sawmill extracts the names and types of the fields from the log data, and tracks all available fields in its reports. Sawmill generates reports for each field, and allows dynamic filtering on any combination of these fields.
Sawmill stores the following numerical fields in its database for Akamai HTTP Streaming (W3C), aggregating them and including them as columns in most reports:
|Numerical Field|| ||Internal Name|
| ||events|| ||events|
| ||unique client IPs|| ||unique_client_ips|
| ||server-to-client bytes|| ||sc_bytes|
| ||time taken|| ||time_taken|
See Sawmill Features to learn more about Sawmill's options for viewing, customizing, filtering, exporting and scheduling Akamai HTTP Streaming (W3C) reports.
Sawmill also supports 950 other log formats.