I'm running something like (from memory) /usr/local/bin/webalizer -c
/etc/webalizer/client.conf -ifd client.log.018
Where client.log.018 is that client's log file from 5/20. That's when I'm
getting the message about all rows being ignored. But if I look at the
daily stats listing for that day, it still shows 0.
On 6/9/02 11:58 PM, "PeterBX" <peter@...> wrote:
> Maybe I'm reading your message wrong but could you not save a copy of the logs
> in question as the name shown in your webalizer.conf file and then run
> them?...or vice versa by changing the webalizer.conf file to use the new log
> file names for this run?
> I'm probably missing something in your question but that would be where I
> would start.
> Hope this helps..
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: janinesisk
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: Sunday, June 09, 2002 9:53 PM
> Subject: [webalizer] re-generating stats for certain days
> I wasn't the one who set up our webalizer installation, so I didn't
> know that I was committing a horrendous sin when I decided to change
> the naming convention for our access log files. From 5/20 to 6/8, no
> logs got processed because the file wasn't found. However, I've tried
> every way I can think of to re-run these days, and it doesn't work! I
> finally ended up with -i (ignore history), -f (something about
> allowing dates out of order) and -d (debug) but the results are always
> the same; it processes the file and then says it's ignoring all the
> Is there any way of re-running those days, short of nuking the history
> file and re-generating *everything*?
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