Log Analytics: Monitor traffic load in bytes


#1

Some missing features:

  • view bytes sent for time period
  • view bytes received for time period
  • find site resources generating most traffic
  • detect partial file downloads more precisely

#2

I miss exactly the same things!

When is it that easy to setup a log analyzing job like it was in Urchin? I’m probably conservative, but I believe much more in a log file as in any scripts.

cheers


(Matthieu Aubry) #3

These are great feature request. Maybe someone will work on them or maybe someone can sponsor us to work on those features!


#4

Hi.

How much donation should we expect for sponsoring this feature?
What’s the best startpoint to implement this feautre?

I think when the log-import methode is used this feature is much easier to add the with the tracker method.

Maybe in the GitHub - SOASTA/boomerang: End user oriented web performance testing and beaconing are some ideas which piwik can reuse.

cheers a


(Matthieu Aubry) #5

The best next step would be to create a ticket in our issue tracker for this feature request. Then we can help with estimating how long it would take to implement and release the feature. I think that’s very important that Piwik offers tracking of bytes and traffic!


#6

Hi matt.

ticket is created

cheers a


#7

Hi Matt.

ticket created

cheers a


#8

Hi Matt.

#5248 Log Analytics: Monitor Bandwidth for each page, download, and measure overall traffic in bytes · Issue #5248 · matomo-org/matomo · GitHub

cheers a


#9

When piping logs via the import script, there is a request_time that is passed along. Would love that piwik give some stats on how long it took to download some files. I have a download server set up that only serves up files. No html.


#10

Hi!
I am very interested in this feature.
Please keep me informed about the possibility to sponsor it!

Cheers,
Andrea