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2544Re: [webalizer] breaking out sub-domains

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  • Bradford L. Barrett
    Mar 3, 2004
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      Oh, I thought of a third :)

      Apache can log to multiple files, so you can have all log to a common
      log file _and_ log to individual ones based on vhost. YMMV.

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      On Wed, 3 Mar 2004, Bradford L. Barrett wrote:

      >
      > You have one of two choices. One, you already thought of.. grep
      > the records into seperate files and process individually. Second
      > is to log to seperate logs, and then just merge them when you want
      > to process the aggregate. I am not aware of any anaysis tools that
      > will do what you want, but then again, I haven't looked either :)
      >
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      >
      > On Wed, 3 Mar 2004, Julian Bond wrote:
      >
      > > I have a group of websites that all use the same code. They are split
      > > out according to subdomain. eg the main site is www.ecademy.com then
      > > there's wifi.ecademy.com, us.ecademy.com etc. All the sites use a
      > > single set of log files. There are currently 8 sub-sites. It's likely
      > > to grow to <20 this year.
      > >
      > > I want to see aggregated stats for the whole group. The problem is I
      > > would also like to see stats for each sub-domain. Looking at the log
      > > files the information is contained in the requested page URL.
      > >
      > > >From what I've read, webalizer has no direct ability to break out the
      > > sub sites. Is this correct? If Webalizer can't do this, could any
      > > other analysis tool?
      > >
      > > The only kludge I can think of to deal with this is to use grep to
      > > create a set of partial logs with one for each sub-domain and then
      > > apply webalizer to the results. Any other ideas?
      > >
      > > [1]I'm using wild card DNS and wild card virtual hosts in apache, and
      > > then picking up the request URL in the code. This means that
      > > configuring the sub-domains is purely in application data and they
      > > share lots of user content and data. It works well, but it's causing
      > > problems in the analysis.
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > > Webalizer homepage: http://www.webalizer.org
      > > Webalizer for NT: http://www.medasys-lille.com/webalizer/
      > >
      > >
      > > ttp://www.webalizer.org
      > > Webalizer for NT: http://www.medasys-lille.com/webalizer/
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > > Yahoo! Groups Links
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > >
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      > Bradford L. Barrett brad@...
      > A free electron in a sea of neutrons DoD#1750 KD4NAW
      >
      > The only thing Micro$oft has done for society, is make people
      > believe that computers are inherently unreliable.
      >
      >
      > Webalizer homepage: http://www.webalizer.org
      > Webalizer for NT: http://www.medasys-lille.com/webalizer/
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      >
      > ttp://www.webalizer.org
      > Webalizer for NT: http://www.medasys-lille.com/webalizer/
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      >
      >
      > Yahoo! Groups Links
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      Bradford L. Barrett brad@...
      A free electron in a sea of neutrons DoD#1750 KD4NAW

      The only thing Micro$oft has done for society, is make people
      believe that computers are inherently unreliable.
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