Re: [webalizer] webalizer and multiples domains
- Hi: There is a new program that just came out that will split seperate
Domains from one single accesslog file. I use it for my OMni WWW server. It
runs on the windows based operating system. Basically there is a seperate
text file called domains. You enter all the domains of your websites in the
text file and then run the parser. It then splits out all the seperate
domains, and writes them all to seperate files. You can get it from my
website at http://mntnweb.com/software.htm
It is called OmniLogParser. The authors email is
I dont believe he has versions for any other operating systems at this time.
At 04:07 PM 11/14/01 -0000, you wrote:
>Hi, I am new with all this stuff and I have some questions. I use TheSincerely
>Apache web Server under Linux, and I have multiples domains in it. I
>want to get stadistics from my domains, but not from all together, I
>want to know how many visits recive each domain. How could I do this?.
>It's possible with webalizer?
> Thanks in Advance, and sorry about my English,
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> Hi, I am new with all this stuff and I have some questions. I use TheIt is recommended to have each virtual host produce it's own log file.
> Apache web Server under Linux, and I have multiples domains in it. I
> want to get stadistics from my domains, but not from all together, I
> want to know how many visits recive each domain. How could I do this?.
> It's possible with webalizer?
If you don't, then you will have to manually split out the records
into seperate files and process each individually.
Additionally, with individual logs, it's extremely easy to automate
the processing of each vhost.. the easiest method is to create a
directory to put your configuration files in (I use /etc/webaliezr).
Create a config file for each virtual host, containing at least the
hostname, output directory and log file location.. you probably want
to add other stuff, but it's not required. Once you have it setup,
you can run them all with a single command, such as:
for i in /etc/webalizer/*.conf; do webalizer -c $i; done
All you need to do to add a new vhost is to drop a new configuration
file in the directory and it will be automatically picked up the
next time the command is run (typically from cron). And of course,
the creation of the configuration files can be easily scripted so
it will prompt you for the required information and fill in the
default stuff. YMMV.
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