Ynt: Please don't bother people.
zeynep.aydogan1 at std.yildiz.edu.tr
Thu May 12 02:40:11 PDT 2022
You won't find that person like this. I've already posted on this. I suggest you examine it
>>A lone request, then about 1/minute except for #s 5-6 which are 13 seconds apart, then occasional requests over the next few minutes.
be helpful to compare with other data.
Here are my scripts roughly. Usually you might make something in a full-blown language rather than this.
# date lines in a file called "dates", converted to seconds and indices in "ts.dat"
start=$(date --date="Fri, 06 May 2022 13:22:00 -0700" +%s)
echo 0 0
sed 's/Date: //' dates | while read date
echo $(($(date --date="$date" +%s)-start)) $index
} > ts.dat
gnuplot> set term pngcairo
gnuplot> set output "chart.png"
gnuplot> plot "ts.dat" title "Request Index/Seconds" with steps
I started with https://github.com/guptarohit/asciigraph but it seemed the extra detail of gnuplot was worthwhile.
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