3307Re: missing a day stats, do i have to re-run the stats for that month?
- Aug 13, 2005so if for catch up the missing stats for the current month, i only
need to remove the webalizer.current and re-run the logs for this
monty day by day.
webalizer.history is used for the info for the months before this
--- In email@example.com, Enric Naval <enventa2000@y...>
> --- richmondsearain <huizhang66@h...> wrote:
> > Hi, I missed one day stats, say 8/9/2005. and I
> > already run the stats
> > for 8/10, 8/11 etc.
> > Now if I run the stats on 8/9 only, it will not
> > bring me back the 8/9
> > stats display.
> > Do I have to remove the history of this month and
> > run day by day of
> > stats since 8/1 again, to have 8/9 stats back?
> > Thanks!
> Yes, you have to.
> In this message it explains how to do it another way:
> Also, running days out of sequence (first tuesday,
> then monday) may confuse the webalizer history and
> cause webalizer to skip or to process twice some log
> lines, specially if you process again an already
> processed day.
> For example, you process half of tuesday, then process
> monday, then process all of tuesday, thinking that
> webalizer will account for the already processed half.
> Well, it you open your webalizer.hist file you'll see
> something like this, one line per month, with a
> maximum of 12 lines (1 year):
> 1 2005 1781 1419 147 90617 1 31 1103 502
> This means:
> 1 - Month January
> 2005 - Year 2005
> 1781 - total hits
> 1419 - total files
> 147 - total unique sites
> 90617 - total KB
> 1 - this is always one??
> 31 - number of days in month
> 1103 - total pages
> 502 - total visits
> I found this info in this message:
> Sorry if you already knew this.
> Enric Naval
> Estudiante de Informática de Gestión en la Udl (Lleida)
> GRIHO webalizer.conf
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