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Graphing server log files
Maps, Graphics and Geographics example from a Well House Consultants training course
More on Maps, Graphics and Geographics [link]

This example is described in the following article(s):
   • Server logs - drawing a graph of gathered data - [link]

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Source code: serverlog.php Module: H309
<?php
# Create a graph of system loading data from server log files

# Start with a blank canvas, 820 x 500 pixels

$image ImageCreate(820,500);

# Choose your paint pallette

$black ImageColorAllocate($image,0,0,0);
$grey ImageColorAllocate($image,200,200,200);
$blue ImageColorAllocate($image,0,0,255);
$red ImageColorAllocate($image,255,0,0);
$green ImageColorAllocate($image,0,255,0);
$yellow ImageColorAllocate($image,255,255,0);
$orange ImageColorAllocate($image,255,128,0);
$white ImageColorAllocate($image,255,255,255);
# List of colours for each of the days
$cols = array($yellow$red$green$orange$black);

# Blue outline, Grey area for axes, White area for data

ImageFilledRectangle($image,0,0,819,499,$blue);
ImageFilledRectangle($image,1,1,818,498,$grey);
ImageFilledRectangle($image,50,50,769,449,$white);

# Draw and label the axes

$load 3;
for (
$y1 150$y1 <= 350$y1 += 100) {
        
ImageLine($image,50,$y1,770,$y1,$grey);
        
Imagettftext($image,8,0,40,$y1+4,$black,"ArialBold.ttf"$load);
        
$load--;
 }

$hour 0;
for (
$x1 50$x1 <= 770$x1 += 30) {
        
ImageLine($image,$x1,50,$x1,450,$grey);
        if (
$hour == 0) {
                
Imagettftext($image,8,0,$x1-15,465,$black,"ArialBold.ttf",
                        
sprintf("%02d:00",$hour));
        }
        
$hour ++;
 }

# Add in a box for labelling each curve

ImageFilledRectangle($image,55,145,240,55,$grey);
ImageFilledRectangle($image,56,144,239,56,$white);

# Title the graph and the axes

Imagettftext($image,16,0,250,30,$black,"ArialBold.ttf",
        
"Server loading on www.wellho.net");

Imagettftext($image,12,0,350,490,$black,"ArialBold.ttf""Time of day");
Imagettftext($image,12,90,20,400,$black,"ArialBold.ttf",
        
"Server Load (last 5 minutes average)");

# Find the most recent five data files to graph

$statfiles = array();
$dh opendir ("$_SERVER[DOCUMENT_ROOT]/../serverstatus");
while (
$item readdir($dh)) {
        if (! 
preg_match('/_statlog/',$item)) continue;
        
array_push($statfiles$item);
        }
sort($statfiles);
$week array_slice($statfiles,-5);

# Loop through adding each line to the graph

$n=0;
foreach (
$week as $daily) {
        
$col $cols[$n++];
        
$records file("$_SERVER[DOCUMENT_ROOT]/../serverstatus/$daily");

# Draw the line itself

        
$oldx = -1;
        foreach (
$records as $rec) {
                
$parts explode(" ",$rec);
                
$y $parts[13];
                
$x $oldx+1;
                if (
$oldx >= 0) { # Skip drawing to very first point
                        
$y1 450.0 $oldy 100.0 ;
                        
$y2 450.0 $y  100.0;
                        
ImageLine($image,50+$oldx*2,$y1,50$x 2,$y2,$col);
                }
                
$oldx $x;
                
$oldy $y;
        }

# Annotate the line just added - the date is based on the file name

        
preg_match('/(....)(..)(..)/',$daily,$dp);
        
$dtext "$dp[3]/$dp[2]/$dp[1]";

        
$yax 150 15 $n;
        
ImageLine($image,60,$yax-4,160,$yax-4,$col);
        
Imagettftext($image,8,0,170,$yax,$black,
                        
"ArialBold.ttf"$dtext);
}

#┬áTell the browser that it will be receiving a jpg image rather than HTML!
header("Content-type: image/jpeg");

# Convert the canvas into a .jpg image and output it
ImageJpeg($image);

?>

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