Here's an example of a log file line which I'm trying to match. It will
probably wrap.

1.2.3.4 djCHxDwE:1.2.3.4 - [11/February/2013:04:23:45 -0500] store
/cgi-bin/store/process.html Safe: Real-time charge failed.

The closest I've gotten is (again likely wrapped):

failregex = ^<HOST> .* - \[.*\] store /cgi-bin/store/process.html Safe:
Real-time charge failed.


My test resulted in:

Found a match for '1.2.3.4 yJLpzG4N:1.2.3.4 - [11/February/2013:18:40:04
-0500] store /cgi-bin/store/process.html Safe: Real-time charge failed.
' but no valid date/time found for '1.2.3.4 yJLpzG4N:1.2.3.4 -
[11/February/2013:18:40:04 -0500] store /cgi-bin/store/process.html
Safe: Real-time charge failed.'. Please contact the author in order to
get support for this format

Is this date format not going to ever work, or is my regex flawed? Any
help would be appreciated.


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