FileZilla Server Log Files - Traffic Analytics

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FileZilla Server Log Files - Traffic Analytics

#1 Post by rodeoric » 2020-03-26 12:56

Hello,

since 2014 i am using filezilla server, i collected all the log files since first day.

Now i am really interested how much traffic i produced with my server.

Is there a posibillity (powershell script, tool etc.) which can scan all my log files and gimme an overview or an output sorted by user about the traffic (in/out) and optional how much files which where transferred ? Priority is just traffic. :D

Excuse my bad english please, i am not an native english speaker.

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rodeoric

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Re: FileZilla Server Log Files - Traffic Analytics

#2 Post by boco » 2020-03-26 13:49

The only log analyzer I know of is here:

https://github.com/Stunner/FileZilla-Log-Analyzer
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Re: FileZilla Server Log Files - Traffic Analytics

#3 Post by rodeoric » 2020-03-26 19:52

Thank you,

it seems there are no filesize details in the log file, or i just dont see it ?

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Re: FileZilla Server Log Files - Traffic Analytics

#4 Post by boco » 2020-03-26 20:31

I had to test as I don't use it actively anymore. There is no sizes information recorded in the logs, as their main purpose is for debugging connection problems and not statistics. Looks a traffic analysis isn't possible using those logs, only number of connections and transfers, sessions, session lengths...

The server is currently under rewrite. No idea if any statistics will be included.
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