Re: [webalizer] for new domains?
--- Enric Naval <enventa2000@...> wrote:
>Sorry for being so brief. I'll extend myself a bit.
> --- Louie Miranda <lmiranda@...> wrote:
> > i have to create a new .conf? and re-run it on
> > new domain?
> > and change this?
> > #LogFile /var/lib/httpd/logs/access_log
> > and the output logs, etc.
You have to check that your apache server is making a
separate logfile for the new domain.
If it is a virtual domain, for example a domain called
"webal", you would need a CustomLog directive in your
httpd.conf, inside the corresponding VirtualHost part:
CustomLog logs/webal-access_log combined
Then place the address for that logfile in "LogFile"
in webalizer.conf. You have to remove the "#"
character to uncomment the line, also, as well as any
empty space in front of "LogFile". You can only have
one LogFile line in webalizer.conf, so comment using
"#" all the other "LogFile" lines.
> > --
> > Louie Miranda
> > http://www.axishift.com
Estudiante de Inform�tica de Gesti�n en la Udl (Lleida)
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