Clean and Now

Rhit works from your standard nginx logs, with no preparation.

You run it in your console, it leaves nothing behind, no temp file, no database.

Instantly read your access log

You get an immediate overview with rhit or sudo rhit depending on your configuration

and from there you'll refine your query to get a more precise insight:


Have new questions, and have them answered

With Rhit, you'll notice unexpected things in your logs. And you'll easily know more.

Here's an example: Let's suppose you notice a 413 HTTP code in the status table.

You just have to type rhit -s 413 to know why:


(I limit the tables displayed with -f ref,path in this screenshot in order to keep the image small)

See the trends

You get an histogram per day of all the matching hits.

For each line in a table, you also get an histogram, in line, and a trend indicator.

And you can get tables of the most notable increases or decreases, for example here on referers:

referer changes

Of course you can filter, so you may focus for example on the new client errors, or on changes on your blog consultations.