Kippo2MySQL is yet another simple piece of software that simply extracts some very basic stats from Kippo’s text-based log files (a mess to analyze!) and inserts them in a MySQL database. Then you can run some queries and of course visualize the data if you want to.
Many things are hardcoded or dead simple, but it does the job. The file is a modified version of “kippo-stats” perl script originally writen by Tomasz Miklas and modified by mig5. Later on I might update Kippo-Graph or write a new tool specifically for Kippo2MySQL to generate some graphs from this type of data.
Update: There is a new/better tool to transfer Kippo entries to a MySQL DB called kippo-log2db.pl.
Important!Download the latest version (0.2) here: kippo2mysql-0.2
MD5 Checksum: 67C9F3D06D5EA116F02400C0A2BA6977
SHA-1 Checksum: A4A1018AC206334B98FE14A5F1C5F379961F24B8
Notice: Kippo2MySQL can also be found at GitHub: https://github.com/ikoniaris/kippo2mysql
You will have to change the script and enter the correct paths, your MySQL credentials, have a database and a db user created beforehand, etc. It’s pretty straightforward if you take a look at the script and have some basic understanding of perl and MySQL server.