3.0.1 (unreleased)

  • Test against Python 3.8 as well. [gforcada]
  • Add –json output command line option. [valleedelisle]

3.0.0 (2019-06-10)

  • Fix spelling. [EdwardBetts]
  • Make ip_counter use client_ip per default. [vixns]
  • Overhaul testing environment. Test on python 3.7 as well. Use black to format. [gforcada]

2.1 (2017-07-06)

  • Enforce QA checks (flake8) on code. All code has been updated to follow it. [gforcada]
  • Support Python 3.6. [gforcada]
  • Support different syslog timestamps (at least NixOS). [gforcada]

2.0.2 (2016-11-17)

  • Improve performance for cmd_print. [kevinjqiu]

2.0.1 (2016-10-29)

  • Allow hostnames to have a dot in it. [gforcada]

2.0 (2016-07-06)

  • Handle unparseable HTTP requests. [gforcada]
  • Only test on python 2.7 and 3.5 [gforcada]

2.0b0 (2016-04-18)

  • Check the divisor before doing a division to not get ZeroDivisionError exceptions. [gforcada]

2.0a0 (2016-03-29)

  • Major refactoring:

    # Rename modules and classes:

    • haproxy_logline -> line
    • haproxy_logfile -> logfile
    • HaproxyLogLine -> Line
    • HaproxyLogFile -> Log

    # Parse the log file on Log() creation (i.e. in its __init__)


1.3 (2016-03-29)

  • New filter: filter_wait_on_queues. Get all requests that waited at maximum X amount of milliseconds on HAProxy queues. [gforcada]
  • Code/docs cleanups and add code analysis. [gforcada]
  • Avoid using eval. [gforcada]

1.2.1 (2016-02-23)

  • Support -1 as a status_code [Christopher Baines]

1.2 (2015-12-07)

  • Allow a hostname on the syslog part (not only IPs) [danny crasto]

1.1 (2015-04-19)

1.0 (2015-03-24)

  • Fix issue #9. log line on the syslog part was too strict, it was expecting the hostname to be a string and was failing if it was an IP. [gforcada]

0.0.3.post2 (2015-01-05)

  • Finally really fixed issue #7. namespace_packages was not meant to be on at all. Silly copy&paste mistake. [gforcada] (2015-01-04)

0.0.3 (2014-07-09)

  • Fix release on PyPI (again). [gforcada]

0.0.2 (2014-07-09)

  • Fix release on PyPI. [gforcada]

0.0.1 (2014-07-09)

  • Pickle :class::.HaproxyLogFile data for faster performance. [gforcada]
  • Add a way to negate the filters, so that instead of being able to filter by IP, it can output all but that IP information. [gforcada]
  • Add lots of filters: ip, path, ssl, backend, frontend, server, status_code and so on. See --list-filters for a complete list of them. [gforcada]
  • Add :method::.HaproxyLogFile.parse_data method to get data from data stream. It allows you use it as a library. [bogdangi]
  • Add --list-filters argument on the command line interface. [gforcada]
  • Add --filter argument on the command line interface, inspired by Bogdan’s early design. [bogdangi] [gforcada]
  • Create a new module :module::haproxy.filters that holds all available filters. [gforcada]
  • Improve :method::.HaproxyLogFile.cmd_queue_peaks output to not only show peaks but also when requests started to queue and when they finsihed and the amount of requests that had been queued. [gforcada]
  • Show help when no argument is given. [gforcada]
  • Polish documentation and docstrings here and there. [gforcada]
  • Add a --list-commands argument on the command line interface. [gforcada]
  • Generate an API doc for HaproxyLogLine and HaproxyLogFile. [bogdangi]
  • Create a console_script haproxy_log_analysis for ease of use. [bogdangi]
  • Add Sphinx documentation system, still empty. [gforcada]
  • Keep valid log lines sorted so that the exact order of connections is kept. [gforcada]
  • Add quite a few commands, see README.rst for a complete list of them. [gforcada]
  • Run commands passed as arguments (with -c flag). [gforcada]
  • Add a requirements.txt file to keep track of dependencies and pin them. [gforcada]
  • Add travis and coveralls support. See its badges on README.rst. [gforcada]
  • Add argument parsing and custom validation logic for all arguments. [gforcada]
  • Add regular expressions for haproxy log lines (HTTP format) and to parse HTTP requests path. Added tests to ensure they work as expected. [gforcada]
  • Create distribution. [gforcada]