sudo rhit depending on your configuration) will open the access logs if they're at their standard location.
You may open a specific file, or a specific directory, by giving the path as argument:
rhit --help will display all available launch arguments.
The arguments you'll most often use enable
- filtering hits to focus on a specific subset:
- choosing the displayed fields:
- choosing the sorting key, either hits (default) or bytes:
- specifying the detail level, the length of tables:
1being the default
- seeing the recent changes:
- exporting the filtered lines, either to screen or to a file