Hmmm... I've only been able to run Webalizer on NCSA logs, not W3C
Did you have to do anything in your conf file to get Webalizer to use the
> -----Original Message-----
> From: f_holub [mailto:lists@...]
> Sent: Monday, April 12, 2004 6:55 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [webalizer] Re: W3C Extended Logs and Local Time
> I'm tracking where the visitors are coming from (webalizer: "Total
> Referrers") in W3C extended format out of IIS, if that is what you
> mean. The other two formats do not appear to record any kind of
> referrer info at all. The problem is that Webalizer doesn't seem to
> be able to record the time as local in the "Hourly usage" charts.
> Also, hits for the next day start showning up around 8:00PM. I'm in
> the eastern time zone and everything is 4 or 5 hours off due to GMT
> to EDT/EST issues. I just want webalizer to make the conversion to
> local time without my having to screw around with goofy (wrong)
> settings to my servers clock... BTW - webalizer reports when the
> report was generated correctly...
> --- In email@example.com, "Edward Chase" <echase@p...> wrote:
> > Frank,
> > I'm not sure if I missed something here...
> > Are you logging IIS in W3C format AND using Webalizer? If so, are
> you doing
> > referrer stats too?