I needed to gather Airnode usage data for a report Messari is working on and didn’t have a convenient way to get it so I put together a command line script to do it. Feel free to try if you’re command-line-savvy and interested in digging through Airnode usage data.
$ rrplogs --help Usage: rrplogs <event type | command> Commands: rrplogs MadeFullRequest Search [aliases: full] rrplogs MadeTemplateRequest Search [aliases: template] rrplogs FulfilledRequest Search [aliases: fulfilled] rrplogs FailedRequest Search [aliases: failed] rrplogs SetSponsorshipStatus Search [aliases: sponsor] rrplogs RequestedWithdrawal Search [aliases: withdraw] rrplogs FulfilledWithdrawal Search [aliases: withdrew] rrplogs all Search for all event types rrplogs networks List all available networks rrplogs dates Add date column to CSV file Options: --version Show version number [boolean] -n, --network Network: ethereum, polygon, ... [default: "ethereum"] -f, --from From block number or ISO8601 date [default: "0"] -t, --to To block number or ISO8601 date [default: "latest"] -b, --by Number of blocks per query [number] -w, --wait Seconds to wait between queries [number] -o, --output json, csv, or file name ending with .json or .csv --help Show help [boolean]
It’s been handy for me and I’m happy to maintain it if others find it useful. There are a number of examples in the Readme. It’s also capable of getting dAPI logs but basic RRP is currently more interesting since QRNG is already in production.