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What is this?

This is a simple Tool to get an idea how a specific installation of Open-Xchange is used. Operating on the MySQL-database exclusively it is quite fast and uses few resources. Off-hours are still recommended for its usage to limit any performance-impact, though. It will find its required parameters automatically in the file /opt/open-xchange/etc/groupware/ It is also possible to specify all parameters explicitly. Output is a single text-file. The filename starts with "open-xchange_datamining" and includes the current date in YYYY-MM-DD format. The content of the file is camelCased-Parameters, unique and one per line. This should make using these files as input, for example for a visualization, pretty easy.


/opt/open-xchange/sbin datamining

==Available Parameters==:

-?, -h, --help Print this helpfile -d, --dbName <dbname> Name of the MySQL-database that contains the Open-Xchange configDB (default: configdb) --dbPort <port> Port where MySQL is running on the host specified with "-hostname" (default: 3306)

  • -n, --hostname <hostname> Host where the Open-Xchange MySQL-database is running
  • -p, --dbPassword <dbpassword> Password for the user specified with "-dbUser"

--reportfilePath <path> Path where the report-file is saved (default: )

  • -u, --dbUser <dbuser> Name of the MySQL-User for configdb

-v, --verbose With this the tool prints what it is doing live

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