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  • Orca Mailing Lists - OrcaWare Technologies
    email You have the option of choosing a digest form of the mailing list when you subscribe to the mailing list or anytime thereafter To send email to any of these lists you must subscribe to the list The orca announce orcaware com mailing list is a low volume moderated mailing list for announcing stable releases of Orca and affiliated data measurement tools used with Orca The orca users orcaware com is the mailing list for Orca users Problems relating to downloading configuring compiling the necessary Perl modules installing and configuring Orca belong here The orca dev orcaware com mailing list is for Orca developers who develop Orca or its affiliated data gathering tools The orca checkins orcaware com is a publically accessible moderated list which is used to disseminate version control check in messages made by the Orca maintainers to the Orca developer community This list is an adjunct to the publically available Subversion tree currently residing on OrcaWare If you intend to follow the Subversion checkins you should also join the orca dev orcaware com mailing list for discussions orca announce Subscribe via email Subscribe via web Send Mail to New Archive Old orca announce Yahoo Archive orca

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  • Orca Home Page - OrcaWare Technologies
    This is an updated version of orcollator se that is distributed in the SE Toolkit written by Rich Pettit and Adrian Cockcroft Orcallator se is a tool written for Solaris SPARC and Solaris x86 that collects a large amount of system and web server statistics and prints them into a file for later processing and plotting This version of orcallator se collects much more data I have designed an Orca

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  • Blair Zajac Wish List
    List Currently the wish list is at Amazon com Your browser should be redirected there immediately If not click on the link Blair Zajac Last modified Wed Nov 21 11

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  • A Novel Keith Misson London UK The Career Programmer Guerilla Tactics for an Imperfect World Robert L Johnson Libertyville IL The Unbearable Lightness of Being Vicente Gonzalez Brooklyn NY Sarah Brightman La Luna David Liston Bias Rowlett TX Almost Famous Untitled Roman Marxer Ittigen Schweiz Dynamic HTML The Definite Reference Tim L French Utah Salt Lake City Utah Creating Applications with Mozilla Eric Sorensen Racine WI Code Complete A Practical

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  • calculation is wrong without this Prevent filesystems mounted under snapshots from being seen Patch contributed by Alan LeGrand Version 1 27 Mar 27 2001 Print the portion of time running in idle mode with some process waiting for block I O as wio and otherwise completely idle time as idle Version 1 26 Feb 5 2001 Make sure to check the return from stat on the web server access log in case the file is missing Use fstat instead of stat when a file descriptor is available Version 1 25 Mar 30 2000 Fix a typo where nil was misspelled as nik Version 1 24 Mar 25 2000 When orcallator se was running on a system with an older version of SE the p vmstat scan variable is an integer and the sprintf to 8 3f fails resulting in a perceived scan rate of 0 pages per second Now always add 0 0 to p vmstat scan to get a double Version 1 23 Feb 25 2000 When orcallator se was running on a system with DiskSuite the same physical disk was listed multiple times when it appeared in several metadevices The solution to the problem is not to build the c0t0d0 name but use the long disk name provided by the long name string Patch contributed by Paul Haldane Version 1 22 Jan 14 2000 Include code to record NFS v2 and v3 server statistics The new statistics are nfss calls the number of NFS calls to the NFS server nfss bad the number of bad NFS calls per second and v 2 3 reads writes which are nfss calls broken down into NFS version 2 and NFS version 3 calls The sum of v 2 3 reads writes will be less than nfss calls as the other types of NFS calls such as getattr and lookup are not included Contributed by Paul Haldane This code is enabled by the standard DWATCH OS or individually by DWATCH NFS SERVER The define DWATCH NFS has been superseded by DWATCH NFS CLIENT but to keep backwards compatibility DWATCH NFS CLIENT will be defined if DWATCH NFS is defined Version 1 21 Jan 12 2000 Prevent core dumps on extremely long access log lines Version 1 20 Oct 20 1999 Update my email address Version 1 19 Oct 13 1999 Prevent a division by zero in calculating the mean disk busy if the number of disks on the system is 0 Version 1 18 Oct 12 1999 Rename disk runp c t d to disk runp c t d to remove the s Version 1 17 Oct 8 1999 Do not record mount point statistics for locally mounted cdrom partitions Version 1 16 Oct 7 1999 To keep backwards compatibility define WATCH WEB if WATCH HTTPD is defined If the COMPRESSOR environmental variable is defined then when a new log file is opened for a new day the just closed log file is compressed using the COMPRESSOR command in the following manner system sprintf s s COMPRESSOR log file COMPRESSOR should be set to something like gzip 9 or compress or bzip2 9 Version 1 15 Oct 5 1999 kvm mpid is a int not a long This caused problems on Solaris 7 hosts running a 64 bit kernel Version 1 14 Oct 1 1999 Rename disk c t d column names to disk runp c t d to better reflect the data being recorded and to allow for more per disk information later Version 1 13 Sep 24 1999 Fix a bug in the disk mean calculation where it was being divided by the wrong disk count Now it should be much larger and in scale with disk peak When WATCH DISK is defined now print each disk s run percent Add a new define WATCH MOUNTS which reports each local mount point s disk space and inode capacity usage available for non root users and percent used This comes from Duncan Lawie tyger hoopoes com Add some smarts so that if the number of interfaces physical disks or mounted partitions changes then a new header is printed This will prevent column name and data mixups when the system configuration changes Version 1 12 Sep 14 1999 Add the page scan rate as scanrate in measure cpu Version 1 11 Aug 13 1999 Add the number of CPUs as ncpus Move measure disk and measure ram sooner in the list of subsystems to handle Increase the number of characters for each network interface from four to five Add new disk reads writes Kbytes read and Kbytes written per second Add number of bytes of free memory in bytes as freememK Version 1 10 Jul 28 1999 Measure the process spawn rate if WATCH CPU is defined and the user is root Version 1 9 Jun 2 1999 If WATCH YAHOO is defined then process the access log as a Yahoo style access log Restructure the code to handle different web server access log formats Version 1 8 Jun 1 1999 If the environmental variable WEB SERVER is defined use its value of the as the name of the process to count for the number of web servers on the system If WEB SERVER is not defined then count number of httpd s Version 1 7 Mar 25 1999 Simplify and speed up count proc by 20 Version 1 6 Feb 23 1999 Print pvm user time and system time correctly Version 1 5 Feb 23 1999 Always write header to a new file Version 1 4 Feb 19 1999 Handle missing HTTP 1 x in access log Version 1 3 Feb 18 1999 On busy machines httpops5 will be enlarged Version 1 2 Feb 18 1999 Output data on integral multiples of interval Version 1 1 Feb 18 1999 Integrate Squid log processing from SE 3 1 Version 1 0 Sep 9 1998 Initial version The default sampling interval in seconds define SAMPLE INTERVAL 300 The maximum number of columns of data define MAX COLUMNS 2048 Enable the raw disk measuring code define USE RAWDISK 1 If WATCH OS is defined then measure every part of the operating system ifdef WATCH OS define WATCH CPU 1 define WATCH MUTEX 1 define WATCH NET 1 define WATCH TCP 1 define WATCH NFS CLIENT 1 define WATCH NFS SERVER 1 define WATCH MOUNTS 1 define WATCH DISK 1 define WATCH DNLC 1 define WATCH INODE 1 define WATCH RAM 1 define WATCH PAGES 1 endif Keep backwards compatibility with WATCH HTTPD ifdef WATCH HTTPD define WATCH WEB 1 endif Keep backwards compatibility with WATCH NFS ifdef WATCH NFS ifndef WATCH NFS CLIENT define WATCH NFS CLIENT 1 endif endif include include include include include include include include include include include include include include include include ifdef WATCH MOUNTS include include endif if WATCH CPU WATCH WEB include ifdef WATCH CPU This is the maximum pid on Solaris hosts define DEFAULT MAXPID 30000 include endif ifdef WATCH WEB Define this macro which returns the size index for a file of a particular size This saves the overhead of a function call define WWW SIZE INDEX size size index if size 1M long dwnld totalz Total size counted from log if WATCH PROXY WATCH SQUID WATCH YAHOO If we re watching a Yahoo log then take the transfer time to be the processing time double www dwnld time sum Transfer time double www dwnld time by size 5 Mean transfer time by size bin endif if WATCH PROXY WATCH SQUID long prxy squid indirect hits that go via PROXY SOCKS parent long prxy squid cache hits hits returned from cache endif ifdef WATCH PROXY long prxy cache writes Number of writes and updates to cache long prxy uncacheable Number of explicitly uncacheable httpops Any extra is errors or incomplete ops endif ifdef WATCH SQUID long squid cache misses long squid icp requests long squid icp queries long squid client http endif endif ifdef USE RAWDISK include This code was developed so that the performance of virtual disks originating from a Sun A1000 raid controller could be monitored These disks do not show up in the GLOBAL disk io structure of SE This extension accesses the sys kstat se interface to the kstat IO queues to extract info on drives not available in the kstat se kstat disk interface Global data shared between function calls struct RawDisk Exposed interface that matches kstat char long name 16 char short name 8 double reads double kreads double writes double kwrites double avg wait double avg serv double service double wait percent double run percent Hidden internal registers to track sys kstats counters int number kstat disk ulonglong nread Number of bytes read ulonglong nwritten Number of bytes written uint reads Number of read operations uint writes Number of write operations longlong wtime Cumulative wait pre service time longlong wlentime Cumulative wait length time product longlong wlastupdate Last time wait queue changed longlong rtime Cumulative run service time longlong rlentime Cumulative run length time product longlong rlastupdate Last time run queue changed uint wcnt Count of elements in wait state uint rcnt Count of elements in run state Define global for tracking raw disk data define MAX RAWDISKS 1024 RawDisk RAW disk MAX RAWDISKS int RAW disk map 0 int RAW disk count 0 double RAW disk lastupdate Compare two short disk names and return if they have on the same physical device name ignoring slice info int raw disk short name cmp char disk1 int disk1 length char disk2 int disk2 length int i Handle dad disks first since they do not have commas if strncmp dad disk1 3 0 return strncmp disk1 disk2 disk1 length Extract the physical disk name from disk slices This only works with SCSI disks where slices have commma separators for i 0 i 1 strcpy second name GLOBAL disk info 1 short name second name length strlen second name for i 0 i 0 short name length strlen short name if raw disk short name cmp first name first name length short name short name length 0 break if j 1 if raw disk short name cmp second name second name length short name short name length 0 break if strcmp RAW disk i short name short name 0 strcpy long name GLOBAL disk info j long name strcpy RAW disk i long name long name break RAW disk map 0 raw disk update int rdisk ulong ul kstat ctl t kc 1 kstat t kp 1 kstat t nkp 1 kstat io t kio ulonglong nread ulonglong nwritten uint reads uint writes longlong wtime longlong wlentime longlong wlastupdate longlong rtime longlong rlentime longlong rlastupdate longlong wcnt longlong rcnt double read writes double big etime double elapsed etime double hz etime double nanosecond NANOSEC double update double delta timeval t time update 1 ulong time void char short name 8 gettimeofday time update time void update time update 0 tv sec time update 0 tv usec 1000000 0 delta update RAW disk lastupdate RAW disk lastupdate update kc 0 kstat open Read them if kstat read kc kp 0 1 perror raw disk update kstat read exit 1 Traverse the chain looking for IO events for ul kc 0 kc chain ul 0 ul nkp 0 ks next struct fill nkp 0 ul if nkp 0 ks type KSTAT TYPE IO strcpy short name nkp 0 ks name if short name 0 m short name 0 n strchr short name nil Try to locate device for rdisk 0 rdisk nread nread RAW disk rdisk nread reads kio reads if RAW disk rdisk reads reads reads RAW disk rdisk reads rlentime kio rlentime rtime kio rtime rlastupdate kio wlastupdate rcnt kio rcnt nwritten kio nwritten if RAW disk rdisk nwritten nwritten nwritten RAW disk rdisk nwritten writes kio writes if RAW disk rdisk writes writes writes RAW disk rdisk nwritten wlentime kio wlentime wtime kio wtime wlastupdate kio wlastupdate wcnt kio wcnt elapsed etime wlastupdate RAW disk rdisk wlastupdate if elapsed etime 0 hz etime elapsed etime nanosecond big etime 1024 0 hz etime else elapsed etime nanosecond hz etime 1 0 big etime 1024 0 RAW disk rdisk reads reads RAW disk rdisk reads hz etime RAW disk rdisk kreads nread RAW disk rdisk nread big etime RAW disk rdisk writes writes RAW disk rdisk writes hz etime RAW disk rdisk kwrites nwritten RAW disk rdisk nwritten big etime read writes elapsed etime RAW disk rdisk reads RAW disk rdisk writes 1024 0 if read writes 0 RAW disk rdisk avg wait wlentime RAW disk rdisk wlentime read writes RAW disk rdisk avg serv rlentime RAW disk rdisk rlentime read writes RAW disk rdisk service RAW disk rdisk avg wait RAW disk rdisk avg serv else RAW disk rdisk avg wait 0 0 RAW disk rdisk avg serv 0 0 RAW disk rdisk service 0 0 Update the counters RAW disk rdisk run percent 100 0 rtime RAW disk rdisk rtime elapsed etime RAW disk rdisk wait percent 100 0 wtime RAW disk rdisk wtime elapsed etime RAW disk rdisk writes writes RAW disk rdisk nwritten nwritten RAW disk rdisk wlastupdate wlastupdate RAW disk rdisk wlentime wlentime RAW disk rdisk wtime wtime RAW disk rdisk wcnt wcnt RAW disk rdisk reads reads RAW disk rdisk nread nread RAW disk rdisk rlastupdate rlastupdate RAW disk rdisk rlentime rlentime RAW disk rdisk rtime rtime RAW disk rdisk rcnt rcnt kstat close kc Map long device names for any drives that we just discovered if RAW disk map 1 raw disk map endif RAWDISK Variables for handling output string compress getenv COMPRESSOR How to compress logs ulong out log fp File pointer to the logging file string col comment MAX COLUMNS Comments for each column string col data MAX COLUMNS Data for each column string col previous comment MAX COLUMNS Previous comments int current column 0 The current column int previous number columns 1 Number columns printed last int print header 1 Flag to flush header This is a list of the extensions the compress programs add to the compress filename define NUMBER COMPRESS SUFFIXES 3 string compression suffixes NUMBER COMPRESS SUFFIXES Z gz bz2 Add one column of comments and data to the buffers put output string comment string data if current column MAX COLUMNS fprintf stderr s too many columns d Increase MAX COLUMNS n program name current column exit 1 col comment current column comment col data current column data current column Send the stored columns of information to the output print columns string data int i for i 0 i mpid5 previous mpid5 diff mpid5 current mpid5 previous else mpid5 diff mpid5 current DEFAULT MAXPID mpid5 previous rate mpid5 diff mpid5 interval if rate mpid5 rate mpid5 rate rate mpid5 previous mpid5 current Now take these results to measure the long interval rate Because the mpid may flip over DEFAULT MAXPID more than once in the long interval time span use the difference between the previous and current mpid over a 5 second interval to calculate the long interval difference mpid current mpid5 diff mpid now mpid5 now else sleep sleep till now else sleep sleep till now endif now time 0 ifdef WATCH CPU measure cpu p vmstat pvm double mpid interval double mpid rate pvm vmglobal total In SE 3 0 and below user time and system time are int and in SE 3 1 and above they are double so cast everything to double using 0 0 put output usr sprintf 5 1f pvm user time 0 0 put output sys sprintf 5 1f pvm system time 0 0 put output wio sprintf 5 1f pvm wait time 0 0 put output idle sprintf 5 1f pvm idle time 0 0 put output 1runq sprintf 6 2f tmp kstat misc avenrun 1min 256 0 put output 5runq sprintf 6 2f tmp kstat misc avenrun 5min 256 0 put output 15runq sprintf 6 2f tmp kstat misc avenrun 15min 256 0 put output proc sprintf 5lu tmp kstat misc nproc put output runque sprintf 8 2f pvm runque 0 0 put output waiting sprintf 8 2f pvm waiting 0 0 put output swpque sprintf 8 2f pvm swpque 0 0 put output scanrate sprintf 8 3f pvm scan 0 0 Calculate the rate of new process spawning if can read kernel 0 mpid interval mpid now mpid then 0 000000001 mpid rate mpid current mpid previous mpid interval put output proc s sprintf 7 3f mpid rate put output proc p5s sprintf 9 4f mpid5 rate Reset counters mpid then mpid now mpid previous mpid current mpid5 rate 0 endif ifdef WATCH MUTEX measure mutex put output smtx sprintf 5d tmp lr mutex smtx put output smtx cpu sprintf 8d tmp lr mutex smtx GLOBAL pvm ncpus endif ifdef WATCH NET measure net int previous count 1 int current count int i current count 0 for i 0 i Check wr lentime to see if an EMC is using a fake disk for control EMC disks have a fake disk which commands are run over to configure the disk array or to get stats from they are not real data transfers They cause 1000 MB sec writes to appear in the stats I still get them but not as often with this bit of code in If the I O which occurred in the last five minutes is not greater than 1 100sec then it is not a valid measurement anyway What happens is that we can have a small I O say 1024 bytes in a 1 100sec 1024 100 sec I am thinking of making it wlentime rlentime 2 since I am still getting fake write spikes ifdef HAVE EMC DISK CONTROL if pioGLOB old wlentime i pioGLOB old rlentime i 1 endif total disk reads RAW disk i reads total disk writes RAW disk i writes total disk readk RAW disk i kreads total disk writek

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  • color 00ff00 color 0000ff href http www orcaware com orca docs orcallator html web server hit rate plot title g Web Server File Size source orcallator data to1KB data to10KB data to100KB data to1MB data over1MB line type area line type stack line type stack line type stack line type stack legend 0 1 KB legend 1 10 KB legend 10 100 KB legend 100 1000 KB legend Greater than 1 MB y legend Percent data min 0 data max 100 plot min 0 plot max 100 rigid min max 1 href http www orcaware com orca docs orcallator html web server file size plot title g Web Server Data Transfer Rate source orcallator data httpb s line type area legend Bytes s y legend Bytes s data min 0 href http www orcaware com orca docs orcallator html web server data transfer rate plot title g Web Server HTTP Error Rate source orcallator data htErr s line type area legend HTTP errors s y legend Errors s data min 0 href http www orcaware com orca docs orcallator html web server error rate Interface bits per second for 10 Mbit interfaces plot title g Interface Bits Per Second 1 source orcallator data 1024 8 elxl le qe d InKB s data 1024 8 1OuKB s line type area line type line1 legend Input legend Output y legend Bits s data min 0 data max 10000000 href http www orcaware com orca docs orcallator html interface bits per second Interface bits per second for 100 Mbit interfaces plot title g Interface Bits Per Second 1 source orcallator data 1024 8 be dmfe eri hme qfe znb d InKB s data 1024 8 1OuKB s line type area line type line1 legend Input legend Output y legend Bits s data min 0 data max 100000000 href http www orcaware com orca docs orcallator html interface bits per second Interface bits per second for 1 Gbit interfaces plot title g Interface Bits Per Second 1 source orcallator data 1024 8 ce v ge skge d InKB s data 1024 8 1OuKB s line type area line type line1 legend Input legend Output y legend Bits s data min 0 data max 1000000000 href http www orcaware com orca docs orcallator html interface bits per second plot title g Interface Packets Per Second 1 source orcallator data d Ipkt s data 1Opkt s line type area line type line1 legend Input legend Output y legend Packets s data min 0 data max 100000 flush regexps 1 href http www orcaware com orca docs orcallator html interface packets per second plot title g Interface Errors Per Second 1 source orcallator data d IErr s data 1OErr s line type area line type line1 legend Input legend Output y legend Errors s data min 0 flush regexps 1 href http www orcaware com orca docs orcallator html interface errors per second plot title g Interface Deferred Packet Rate source orcallator data d Defr s line type area legend 1 y legend Defers s data min 0 flush regexps 1 href http www orcaware com orca docs orcallator html interface deferred packet rate plot title g Interface Collisions source orcallator data d Coll line type area legend 1 y legend Percent data min 0 data max 200 flush regexps 1 href http www orcaware com orca docs orcallator html interface collisions plot title g Interface Nocanput Rate source orcallator data d NoCP s line type area legend 1 y legend Nocanput s data min 0 flush regexps 1 href http www orcaware com orca docs orcallator html interface nocanput rate plot title g TCP Bits Per Second source orcallator data 1024 8 tcp InKB s data 1024 8 tcp OuKB s line type area line type line1 legend Input legend Output y legend Bits s data min 0 data max 1000000000 href http www orcaware com orca docs orcallator html TCP bits per second plot title g TCP Segments Per Second source orcallator data tcp Iseg s data tcp Oseg s line type area line type line1 legend Input legend Output y legend Segments s data min 0 data max 20000 href http www orcaware com orca docs orcallator html TCP segments per second plot title g TCP Retransmission Duplicate Received Percentage source orcallator data tcp Ret data tcp Dup line type area line type line1 legend Retransmission legend Duplicate received y legend Percent data min 0 data max 200 href http www orcaware com orca docs orcallator html TCP retransmission duplicate received percentage plot title g TCP New Connection Rate source orcallator data tcp Icn s data tcp Ocn s line type area line type line1 legend Input passive legend Output active y legend New Connections s data min 0 data max 10000 href http www orcaware com orca docs orcallator html TCP new connection rate plot title g TCP Number Open Connections source orcallator data tcp estb line type area legend open connections y legend Number Open TCP Connections data min 0 data max 50000 href http www orcaware com orca docs orcallator html TCP number open connections plot title g TCP Reset Rate source orcallator data tcp Rst s line type area legend Number TCP resets s y legend Resets s data min 0 href http www orcaware com orca docs orcallator html TCP reset rate plot title g TCP Attempt Fail Rate source orcallator data tcp Atf s line type area legend TCP attempt fails s y legend TCP Attempt Fails s data min 0 href http www orcaware com orca docs orcallator html TCP attempt fail rate plot title g TCP Listen Drop Rate source orcallator data tcp Ldrp s data tcp LdQ0 s data tcp HOdp s legend TCP listen drops legend TCP listen drop Q0 legend TCP half open drops y legend TCP Listen Drops s data min 0 href http www orcaware com orca docs orcallator html TCP listen drop rate plot title g Sleeps on Mutex Rate

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    32 1 6M orca 0 27b1 tar gz 2001 05 10 17 25 1 5M orca 0 27b2 tar gz 2001 10 02 18 19 1 5M orca 0 27b3 tar gz 2002 11 07 14 55 1 6M orcallator cfg 1 23 txt 2001 05 10 16 49 17K orcallator cfg 1 24 txt 2001 05 10 16 49 17K orcallator cfg 1 25 txt 2001 05 10 16 49 17K orcallator cfg 1 28 txt 2001 10 02 17 51 17K orcallator cfg 1 28b3 txt 2001 05 10 16 51 17K orcallator cfg 1 28b7 txt 2001 10 02 17 40 17K orcallator cfg 1 32 txt 2001 10 30 10 11 18K orcallator cfg 1 35 txt 2002 08 22 21 38 18K orcallator cfg 1 36 txt 2002 12 30 16 07 19K orcallator se 1 04 txt 2001 05 10 16 49 31K orcallator se 1 07 txt 2001 05 10 16 49 29K orcallator se 1 10 txt 2001 05 10 16 49 36K orcallator se 1 11 txt 2001 05 10 16 49 37K orcallator se 1 12 txt 2001 05 10 16 49 37K orcallator se 1 13 txt 2001 05 10 16 49 42K orcallator se 1 14 txt 2001 05 10 16 49 42K orcallator se 1 15 txt 2001 05 10 16 49 42K orcallator se 1 16 txt 2001 05 10 16 49 43K orcallator se 1 17 txt 2001 05 10 16 49 43K orcallator se 1 18 txt 2001 05 10 16 49 43K orcallator se 1 19 txt 2001 05 10 16 49 44K orcallator se 1 20 txt 2001 05 10 16 49 44K orcallator se 1 22 txt 2001 05 10 16 49 47K orcallator se 1 23 txt 2001 05 10

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  • Index of /orca/pub/snapshots
    bz2 2010 05 17 20 32 1 7M Apache 2 4 7 Ubuntu SVN 1 8 8 PHP 5 5 9 1ubuntu4 16 OpenSSL 1 0 1f mod wsgi 3 4 Python 2 7 6 mod apreq2 20090110 2 8

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