Darold Gilles is announcing that SquidAnalyzer with version number 6.5 is already available to download.
What is SquidAnalyzer ?
SquidAnalyzer is .
SquidAnalyzer can recognize and organize Squid data based on the originating user, URL, domain, and network, keeping fine records about hits, the transferred bytes, and the time of each operation. This data is kept in flat files on the local server and shown using a Flotr2 chart on the script’s frontend. Webmasters can browse the SquidAnalyzer data by year, month, day, or hours, and look through current or historic graphs. Even if Squid is only available for Linux servers, you can still use it on other operating systems where Perl can be installed. Just make sure to feed it the proper Squid access logs and it will work regardless of the underlying OS. More installation and usage instructions are provided with the package’s README file.
This is changelog for SquidAnalyzer version 6.5 :
You can read the complete changelog and also download this latest version on their homepage: squidanalyzer.darold.net