You might have seen my previous post on how to use wget to download Finesse logs. This works like a champ, however wget has an issue with large files (> 1GB), so I had to come up with a new solution as some of our logs were in the 2-3 GB range. This is where mulk comes in. This little tool runs great on Windows and has had no problems with any file size. Download it and using the command prompt do the following:
mulk-0.6.0>mulk -v –user=<user> –password=<password> -d=0 http://10.89.66.102/finesse/logs/
mulk.exe http://10.0.0.1/finesse/logs/ –v –-user <user> –-password <password> –d 0
The only major drawback from mulk is that it doesn’t have a setting to just download the latest files, but if you think about it, you could probably use wget and mulk in conjunction to create the perfect too to save you some time.