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1912Re: [webalizer]

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  • Guy M. Grimes - UCS-COM
    Feb 27, 2003
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      Check your /etc/logrotate.d config files for log rotations /var/log has logs
      on cron jobs.. and other system messages.. then check each logrotation
      configured folder to see if your logs failed to rotate somewhere in the
      process. Normally when this happens to me I have a type'o in the
      /etc/logrotate.d/apache file causing logs not to complete all the
      rotatations. Webalizer is set to read the access_log.1 for each domain the
      previous day's log, not the live log. You may need to test by running the
      logrotate script manually to see where the error if any occurs. If you are
      operating under windows one of the win guy's here can provide some wisdom
      along these lines.

      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "Peter Milne" <milne@...>
      To: <webalizer@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Thursday, February 27, 2003 10:52 AM
      Subject: [webalizer]

      > I am using Webalizer on my small server. FOr the last few days it has
      > not registered a hit on any of my sites. All I have done lately is
      > install a firewall gateway but nothing regarding the server.
      > No hits since the 20th and I have had people hitting it testing my
      > firewall for me. Any suggestions that might help me find out what is
      > wrong? I am of course new at this.
      > --
      > Pete
      > http://milneweb.com
      > http://nomorevirus.com
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