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SeasLog::analyzerCount

(PECL seaslog >=1.1.6)

SeasLog::analyzerCountGet log count by level, log_path and key_word

Description

public static SeasLog::analyzerCount ( string $level [, string $log_path [, string $key_word ]] ) : mixed

`SeasLog` get count value of `grep -ai '{level}' | grep -aic '{key_word}'` use system pipe and return to PHP (array or int).

Parameters

level

String. The log information level.

log_path

String. The log information path.

key_word

String. The search key word for log information.

Return Values

If `level` is SEASLOG_ALL or Empty, return all levels count as `array`. If `level` is SEASLOG_INFO or the other level, return count as `int`.

Examples

Example #1 SeasLog::analyzerCount() example

<?php

$countResult1 
SeasLog::analyzerCount();

//with `level`
$countResult2 SeasLog::analyzerCount(SEASLOG_DEBUG);

//with `level` and `log_path`
$countResult3 SeasLog::analyzerCount(SEASLOG_ERROR,date('Ymd',time()));

//with `level` and `key_word`
$countResult4 SeasLog::analyzerCount(SEASLOG_DEBUG,NULL,'accessToken');

var_dump($countResult1,$countResult2,$countResult3,$countResult4);

?>

The above example will output something similar to:

array(8) {
  ["DEBUG"]=>
  int(180)
  ["INFO"]=>
  int(214)
  ["NOTICE"]=>
  int(0)
  ["WARNING"]=>
  int(0)
  ["ERROR"]=>
  int(228)
  ["CRITICAL"]=>
  int(244)
  ["ALERT"]=>
  int(1)
  ["EMERGENCY"]=>
  int(0)
}

int(180)

int(228)

int(29)

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