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IPAC-NG (IPAC next generation) WHAT IS IT? ipac is a package which is designed to gather, summarize and nicely output the IP accounting data. ipac make summaries and graphs as ascii text and/or images with graphs. ipac... - is for Linux - runs on top of the iptables or ipchains tool - needs certain kernel parts compiled in HOW DOES IT WORK? ipac consists of one perl script and one C program: - fetchipac, executed from cron once in a while, reads the current ip accounting data assembled by the kernel and stores it into a database - ipacsum summarizes the data from a set of records from the database and, optionally, replaces these records by one. It displays the values as a simple table containing the sums, as png graph pictures or as ascii graph pictures. # current developers: # kaiser13/az ......... Al Zakharov <kaiser13 at users dot sourceforge dot net> # friedl/fl ........... Friedrich Lobenstock <fl at fl dot priv dot at> # mpoos ............... Mark Spieth <mpoos at users dot sourceforge dot net> # sm ...................Sergey Merzlikin <sm at smsoft dot ru> # # contributors: # Thomas Zehetbauer <thomasz at hostmaster dot org> # Simon Hausman <simon at lst dot de> # Denis O.Philippov <info at linuxcenter dot ru> # Jason Hudgins <thanatos_101 at yahoo dot com> # Mark Wormgoor.com <mark at wormgoor dot com> # xavier <list.ipac-ng-developer at natch dot dyndns dot org> # Afanasyev Nikolay <ikto at users dot sourceforge dot net> # Robert Evert <crimofbai at web dot de> # known problem(s): * ipactest script reports errors despite everything is working ok - no fix yet * duplicate tickmarks in generated images can happen, this is caused by rounding - no fix yet * with storage backend "gdbm" DO NOT call fetchipac twice in the same second or your database will be destroyed - no fix, other than removing support for gdbm, yet * incorrect parsing of port ranges (port:port) in rules file. * if source/destination in rules file is specified as hostname, and this hostname resolves to multiple ip addresses, the rule is not accepted. * error message doesn't contain rule name if rule parsing error occurs Change log: 1.34.2 - fixed incompatibility with iptables 1.4.11 - (sm) - improved configure/build scripts. Now both dynamic (with iptables dynamic libraries) and static (with iptables source) compilation is compatible with iptables 1.4.3 - (sm) - updated documentation (sm) 1.34.1 - fixed incompatibility with some linux distributions which use iptables 1.4.10 and later. Confirmed ability to work with iptables 1.4.3 - (with shared iptables libraries, libxtables.so, libiptc.so and libip4tc.so). Static compilation works only with iptables version up to, and not in all linux distributions (due to patched header files) (sm) 1.34 - ported to iptables, works with iptables 1.4.3 -, and maybe later (sm) - removed a lot of unused code from iptables.c (sm) - removed xtables.c, libiptc.c, libip4tc.c and corresponding header files, but instead added dependency on iptables libraries: libxtables.so and libiptc.so (sm) - added option to configure script: "--with-iptables-src=" which allows to compile fetchipac statically with iptables source code (as it was in previous versions) (sm) - added ipacsumdaily/monthly perl scripts to contrib directory (sm) - updated documentation (sm) 1.33 - ported to iptables 1.4.2 (mdw21) 1.32 - added new options "--png-sort-by-bytes" and "--png-sort-by-pkts" (friedl/xavier) - invmatch patch added to contrib (friedl/Afanasyev Nikolay) - addsql alpha added to contrib (friedl/Robert Evert) 1.31 - force -H/-hostname when -r/--replace is used as option to ipacsum (friedl/Mark Wormgoor) - mysql with fixed when port not specified in ipac.conf (friedl) - documented the fact that '_' breaks configfile parser and is therefore not allowed in the database connection information (friedl) - improved upgrade procedure for version<1.27 (friedl) - mysql table definition file added to doc/ (friedl) - added patch to fix problem in ipacsum with big numbers (friedl + Jason Hudgins) - added mysql support (friedl/Denis O.Philippov) - changed some error messages to be different when they apply in different situations 1.30 - fixed a bug when running "fetchipac -Svv" (friedl) - fixed the "%chain% name" chain creation bug (friedl) - improve checking of storage backend libraries and error reporting when not found (friedl) - fixed an obviously very old bug in combination with an unusual installation of the postgres include files (friedl) 1.29 - in case of the sqlite database the database file will be placed at /var/lib/ipac with the selected database name plus the suffix ".db" (friedl) - added support for the sqlite database backend (friedl/Simon Hausman) - factor out common code for all sql backends (friedl + Simon Hausman) 1.28 - fixed the unspooling problem that creeped in during 1.28 (friedl) - non classic mode removed - make ipac-ng compile on 64 bit, also checked gdbm storage (friedl/Thomas Zehetbauer) - put some documentation together in the doc/ subdirectory (friedl) - the never documented webinterface is gone now (kaiser13, friedl) - reduce worst case memory usage with huge database of >= 4GB to about 1.2GB (friedl) - logging of database debug messages improved (friedl) - add option '--enable-debug-database' to configure (friedl) - add option '--human-kilo' to ipacsum, the default now is 1K=1024 (friedl) - make it compile with older gcc's, move variable declarations to the start of the function (friedl) - make INSTALLPATH completely controllable by configure, no hardcoded prefix/sbin anymore (friedl) - memory appetite of fetchipac reduced greatly - bigint changed to int in sql - storage/postgre/postgre.c results from all PQexec's is now handled - contrib/sample_configs/ipac.conf small documentation changes (friedl) - storage/postgre/postgre.c possible logging bug fixed (friedl) - storage/postgre/postgre.c reformated (friedl) - storage/postgre/postgre.c added some errorhandling - implemented support of iptables extensions - removed old options from ./configure - ipac-convert now installs correctly - make clean was fixed to remove all binary files - configure fails in case no bison or flex found - new rules file parser - new rules file format introduced 1.27 - compile problem with no postgresql has been fixed - gdbm storage problem introduced in 1.26 has been fixed - default config file has been corrected 1.26 - added support for multiple accounting hosts (see -H options to fetchipac and ipacsum) - fetching speedup - new word 'hostname' in config - access agent name 'postg' changed to 'postgre' - old configs samples were removed - minor changes in database structure (read UPDATE-1.26) - postgre is now the recommended storage 1.25 - batchmode was fixed again - added ipac-2-mrtg contrib section - compile problems with gcc 3.2 were solved - runfile parsing with ipchains has been fixed - other little fixes
Source: README, updated 2011-11-05

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