Re: [webalizer] Old stats are lost/reduced each day
- Incremental mode
On Thu, 6 Mar 2003, dumorian wrote:
> I replaced a redhat linux webserver with a new machine. I moved lots
> files to the new server, but did not move anything from /usr regarding
> I use the following cron for each vhost on the machine with slightly
> different times set for each.
> 50 23 * * * /usr/bin/webalizer -n rockbridgeweekly.com -r
> rockbridgeweekly.com -R 50 -o /home/rweekly/htdocs/usage/
> Webilizer is properly writing to this /usage directory. However, since
> the machine change, only the data for the current day seems to be
> proper. The previous day is cut by about half and other days in the
> month are either not showing any data or have only a tiny amount left
> them. This can be seen at http://rockbridgeweekly.com/usage
> I first was using the old webalizer files for each user, which were
> moved from the old server and after that didn't work, I deleted all
> those files, in the individual /usage directories, to try to reset the
> history and such.
> I did move my /etc/webalizer.conf file from the old server. Both
> machines are running the same version of Redhat and both are patched
> the same level and have the same version of Webalizer on them.
> There must be some file somewhere which is holding some old data which
> needs to be deleted or reset? Help would be greatly appreciated.
> John Hinton - Goshen, VA.
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