Re: Apache configs for hosted domains
- Here's how we do it. We create a directory called webalizer under
the virtual hosts root web directory so they can type
www.whatever.com/webalizer to see their stats, then set up the
httpd.conf like so:
CustomLog logs/host.foo-access_log common
CustomLog logs/host.bar-access_log common
This creates a separate access log for each virtual host in apache's
log directory. We then run webalizer nightly against each of the
access logs, dropping results off in the respective webalizer
directories. See the webalizer FAQ for running against multple
webalizer.conf files if you're not sure how to do that. Hope this
--- In webalizer@y..., George <gferda@y...> wrote:
> Hi, can someone give me a sample of how they have
> their apache configs setup for hosted domains on a
> single server? I've got several sites that I want to
> be able to allow the site owners see their specific
> site stats. Webalizer is running, Redhat 7.2 and
> access log files are being created now. But how do i
> split out the details for the clients? Help.
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