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I'm looking at entering the Infobright Coding Competition. They ask for public machine-generated data. I don't want to create my own. Anyone know where some exists? Here's what I'm looking at: http://www.infobright.org/contest/2011q1.

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Thanks for your interest in the competition -- in the FAQ for the contest, we mention some good sources for publicly available datasets. The forum post is here: http://www.infobright.org/forums/viewthread/2074/.

Cheers,

Jeff Community Manager @ Infobright

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One of the examples they give is webserver logs: if you Google for "filetype:log" you'll find all sorts of accidentally public webserver logs.

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