- Hi, The reason why I believe Webalizer is idle on the reverse DNS is because it flies over the logfiles, but pauses after each file (for quite a while)Message 1 of 6 , Jul 4, 2001View SourceHi,The reason why I believe Webalizer is idle on the reverse DNS is because it 'flies' over the logfiles, but pauses after each file (for quite a while) before continuing with the next file. I haven't checked diskactivity, but processor load is down to zero when Webalizer idles.I'll try to give some more info about number of records and times later today.Nick-----Original Message-----> I'm running Webalizer on win2k. When I'm updating the stats, I notice
From: gorizia1 [mailto:gorizia1@...]
Sent: woensdag 4 juli 2001 10:55
Subject: Re: [webalizer] Reverse DNS timeout
> webalizer being idle for about 80-90% of the time, appearantly because of
> the reverse DNS lookups. I've setup 20 treads for reverse DNS, but I saw
Also I use Webalizer on Win2K srv.
For example it takes about 30 minutes to process about 62000 records (from
start to end of webalizer, during the first hours of each day).
How do you evaluate the idle time of webalizer ? Checking the hard disk
activity ? The Task Manager Processes ?
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- From: Klaus Mueller Sent: Tuesday, July 03, 2001 4:39 PM ... Well since Linux now supports multi-threading, maybe it is time toMessage 2 of 6 , Jul 4, 2001View SourceFrom: "Klaus Mueller" <k.mueller@...>
Sent: Tuesday, July 03, 2001 4:39 PM
> The unix version forks the defined number of sub processes to do parallelWell since Linux now supports multi-threading, maybe it is time to change
> DNS lookups. This does not work with windows. An extra implementation with
> threads was to complex.
the original implementation to threading?
(Now where did I put my Visual C++ cd's........)
- ... Hi, webalizer runs on a big number of different operation systems (Linux, Win, Solaris, MacOS X, OS2, Cobal Qube ???, BeOS, OpenVMS, Netware). It would notMessage 3 of 6 , Jul 4, 2001View Source
> Well since Linux now supports multi-threading, maybe it isHi,
> time to change
> the original implementation to threading?
webalizer runs on a big number of different operation systems (Linux, Win,
Solaris, MacOS X, OS2, Cobal Qube ???, BeOS, OpenVMS, Netware). It would not
be easy to create one design and implementation matching all different OS
I'll suggest Bradford my create a outline of the planed future requirements
and enhancements to get a view about the future of webalizer. (Please do not
hit me for this sentence.)
I hope some of the current windows changes go back to the main webalizer
development and we get one source base for all operation systems.