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a powerful tool for searching log files with binary search algorithm

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Usage: timecat -s ‘2016-01-02 20:13:14’ -e ‘2016-01-02 20:14:13’, or: timecat -d ‘2016-01-02’ -s ‘20:13:14’ -e ‘20:14:13’. timecat output contents within the specified [start, end) range, saving huge amounts of disk I/Os. Timecat supports popular datetime formats say syslog, apache, nginx, timestamp, etc. Datetime formats of -s and -e do not need to be consistent with that in file.

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