Zarafa-client version of clients connected

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To get an overview of the zarafa-client versions connected to the server one can use <tt>zarafa-stats</tt> and some smart use of GNU tools. This can be useful to check if the auto updater is working in your network. Below are two examples.
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To get an overview of the zarafa-client versions connected to the server one can use &lt;tt>zarafa-stats&lt;/tt> and some smart use of GNU tools. This can be useful to check if the auto updater is working in your network. Below are two examples.
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== Versions by IP ==
== Versions by IP ==
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== Versions by user ==
== Versions by user ==
  zarafa-stats --session | egrep "0x674F001E|0x6701001E" | awk {'print $2'} | sed '$!N;s/\n/ /' | sort -n | uniq
  zarafa-stats --session | egrep "0x674F001E|0x6701001E" | awk {'print $2'} | sed '$!N;s/\n/ /' | sort -n | uniq
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Note that it is just the matching key name in the &lt;tt>egrep&lt;/tt> command which is different.
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Note that it is just the matching key name in the <tt>egrep</tt> command which is different.

Latest revision as of 09:10, 24 November 2010

To get an overview of the zarafa-client versions connected to the server one can use zarafa-stats and some smart use of GNU tools. This can be useful to check if the auto updater is working in your network. Below are two examples.

Versions by IP

zarafa-stats --session | egrep "0x6743001E|0x674F001E" | awk {'print $2'} | sed '$!N;s/\n/ /' | sort -n | uniq

Versions by user

zarafa-stats --session | egrep "0x674F001E|0x6701001E" | awk {'print $2'} | sed '$!N;s/\n/ /' | sort -n | uniq

Note that it is just the matching key name in the egrep command which is different.

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