- Thanks for the reply Bradford. I'll provide a little more detail. I installed Webalizer with apt-get on my Debian system. This installed version 2.01. I checked the README located in /usr/share/doc/webalizer and did some Googling - which I try to do to prevent asking stupid questions - but didn't see this option.
I took your advice however, but received the following output:
Warning: Invalid keyword 'DefaultIndex' (/etc/webalizer/webalizer.conf)
I see the README file at ftp://ftp.mrunix.net/pub/webalizer/README (which appears to be for version 2.23-05) DOES contain this option.
I will try upgrading my Webalizer version and test. Thanks again for pointing me in the right direction here.
--- In email@example.com, "Bradford L. Barrett" <brad@...> wrote:
> Try using:
> DefaultIndex no
> in your config file..
> Here is the relevant bit from the README file:
> DefaultIndex This option is used to enable/disable the use of "index." as
> a default index name to be stripped from the end of a URL.
> Most sites should not need to use this option, however some
> may find it useful, particularly those whose default index
> file name is something different, or those sites that use
> 'index.php' or similar URLs to generate dynamic content.
> This option does not effect any of the names that may be
> defined using the IndexAlias option, and those names will
> still function as described. Values may be 'yes' or 'no',
> with 'yes' being the default.
> On Mon, 15 Aug 2011, tankman67 wrote:
> > I'm running into an issue with Webalizer after upgrading to Gallery3.
> > It seems Gallery3 places index.php in between the domain and the
> > directory structure of the website. For example,
> > www.domain.com/index.php/2011/summervaction/
> > As a result, Webalizer is stripping the "index." and everything after.
> > This makes the stats read as if every single request is for /
> > I see in the configuration file where I can add additional IndexAlias
> > definitions but there doesn't appear to be away to exclude "index."
> > Does anyone know if this is possible?
> Bradford L. Barrett brad@...
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