Re: [webalizer] Re: Webalizer 2.01-10 w/ geo seg-faults
- Just one hint. Is it generating the .png files?
If it isn't, then the problem could be a wrong version
of the "gd" library or the "libpng" libraries.
--- msturtz <yahoo@...> wrote:
> For what it's worth, I discovered later in the day
> that if I use the
> staticly linked pre-built binary for my platform I
> don't have any
> issues -- it happily chugged through the whole day,
> generated the
> reports, and returned successful exit status.
> Anybody else have this problem? Platform is RedHat
> AS 3...
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "msturtz"
> <yahoo@m...> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Using Webalizer 2.01-10 with Geolizer... I'm
> trying to run it on a
> > month's worth of data at once. The data is all
> compressed (gzip -
> > and is quite large (219M _after_ compression).
> > I do something like:
> > zcat <glob of daily logfiles> |webalizer -c
> <config file>
> > It runs for a while, printing out lots of
> "Truncating oversized
> > referrer field", then gets to "Saving current run
> data [date]" and
> > finally "Generating report for [month year]".
> Then it seg-faults.
> > It appears to have written out most of the HTML
> and CSV files I
> > for. Based on the timestamp, it's also updating
> > It is NOT updating webalizer.hist or index.html.
> > Any ideas? Or any other info I could provide?
> > -Matt-
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