Re: [webalizer] Several SearchEngine variables
- Joosep-Georg Järvemaa wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Enric Naval <enventa2000@...> wrote:there are other alternatives... awstats comes to mind... i use both, webalizer and awstats, as well as one or two
>> For the search engines, you should ask Mr. Barret to write a better
>> search engines processing, one that would allow to process several
>> variables for each engine, like altavista using q=, aqa=, aqp=, aqo=,
>> aqb=, filetype= and r=.
> There hasn't been much progress on this one lately?
> I took a quick look at the code and it seems it's not very hard to fix
> it but I'd better leave it someone who's more familiar with the code.
others... each has their strengths and weaknesses and some show some info that others simply can't/won't... just like a
virus scanner, i don't trust the results of only one... give me at least three so that i can take the results of at
least two that agree...
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- --- In email@example.com, waldo kitty <wkitty42@...> wrote:
>webalizer and awstats, as well as one or two
> there are other alternatives... awstats comes to mind... i use both,
> others... each has their strengths and weaknesses and some show someinfo that others simply can't/won't... just like a
> virus scanner, i don't trust the results of only one... give me atleast three so that i can take the results of at
> least two that agree...Sometimes there's no possibility to use alternatives. My (and I think
most Linux/Apache) hosting providers use Webalizer and the only
possibility to have that SearchEngine-related (mis)behaviour fixed is
to get Brad to patch Webalizer and then wait until it makes it to that
distribution's repositories the hosting provider uses.