3219RE: [webalizer] Problem with running webalizer as cron job
- Apr 27, 2005
MessageI only run it as a cron. I certainly don't hand process my logs in the middle of the night.It looks to me that Bradford was simply pointing out a possible error in the way the cron job was setup.-----Original Message-----
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Vahagn Avedian
Sent: Wednesday, April 27, 2005 3:54 PM
Subject: Re: [webalizer] Problem with running webalizer as cron jobSo, I can't run webalizer as a cron job? To be honest, didn't catch the hint about how to fix the problem.Thanks in advance,/Vahagn
"Bradford L. Barrett" <brad@...> wrote:
> I worked around the problem we had with webalizer and put it in the
> cron job queue. But while it works fine when I run it in from the
> shell line, the cron job execution fails due to:
> Webalizer V2.01-10 (FreeBSD 4.8-STABLE) English
> Using logfile STDIN (clf)
You cannot use STDIN as input when run from cron unless you take
special care to pipe input to it (not recommended).
> Creating output in current directory
> Hostname for reports is \'uk5.valuehost.co.uk\'
> History file not found...
> No valid records found!
> First I thought it was due the path to the log file since it was
> given as:
> So I changed it to the absolut path:
> so even if webalizer is not called from its directory it should
> work. But still it works if I run it from the shell line, while the
> cron job fails to find the history file.
Has nothing to do with the history file.
> I tried the server administrator, but the answer from them is just
> What could this depend on?
You have munged your logfile name, however you are passing it to the
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