snap_charge -- add together charges for snapback2
snap_charge [-p|-i] [-c client] [-y year] [-m month] <chargefile>
When passed a snapback2 charge log filename, compiles and prints a report. The report will be in N.N[KMGT] format, i.e:
100 is 100 bytes 100K is 100 kilobytes where a kilobyte is 1024 bytes 100M is 100 megabytes where a megabyte is 1024 kilobytes 100G is 100 gigabytes where a gigabyte is 1024 megabytes 100T is 100 terabytes where a terabyte is 1024 gigabytes
The charges are based on the bytes read statement returned by rsync at backup time. All directories under a client domain name are added together.
Selects one client domain to report for. If passed -p, -i, or -y YYYY and -m MM, prints only the number of bytes for that month and nothing else. If no year/month combination (that includes -i or -p) is sent, then prints a tab-delimited numeric report line for each month:
Implies the -n option.
Summarize charges for current month -- same as passing -y and -m set to the current year and month.
The month to report on. Requires -y.
Print numbers only. Forced if -c option is passed. Otherwise, the report looks like:
foo.org in 2004-01: 288.6M bill.bar.net in 2004-01: 8.5G bob.bar.net in 2004-01: 1.2T
Summarize charges for last month -- same as passing -y and -m set to the previous month (and year if in January).
The year to report on.
Should be enhanced to read snapback2 configuration file and figure out the charge log. That will happen when the functions of snapback2 are modularized -- if they ever are.
Mike Heins, <email@example.com>.