Hi everyone .
I've written a small perl script to import a flow file ( 188.8.131.52.flows.xx )
to a MySQL database.
What I want to do is to run this script via cron , importing "new" data
files every night.
The question is : How do I know when cflowd has "released" a datafile so I
can import it ?
I could use something like "lsof -c cflowd | grep /path/to/flowfiles" to
find the "active" files, the calculating the last updated file.
Or maybe just look at the timestamps ?
What happens when cflowd dumps core ( yes, it happens :=( ) ? Does it
continue using the same file, or does it start writing to the next in line ?
I'm sure some of you guys have had the same problem.....
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