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Re: [webalizer] Webalizer on NT/Win2k - Help

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  • Kees de Keizer
    ... I believe both are correct, although I haven t tried Dandy s method. With Dandy s method you set the main parameters per site, while the method as
    Message 1 of 8 , Dec 6, 2001
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      Op 06-12-2001 schreef Gurpreet Singh:

      > Some confusion, as to how to setup Multiple Domains !
      >
      > If you study the documentation about Webalizer at
      > http://www.geocities.com/danilody/webalizer/windows.html, it
      > talks about setting up a seperate webalizer.conf file for each
      > domain, whereas as you suggested and as mentioned in sample.conf,
      > there is merely a need of creating a seperate .txt file, listing
      > all the domains and their parameters, and giving a reference to it
      > in the webalizer.conf file.

      > Which is the correct way ?

      I believe both are correct, although I haven't tried Dandy's
      method. With Dandy's method you set the main parameters per
      site, while the method as described in the sample.conf sets
      the parameters for all sites equal.

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    • Mel Wade
      That s correct. There is no right way. It depends on the level of customization you require and the amount of work you want to do to maintain Webalizer. I
      Message 2 of 8 , Dec 6, 2001
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        That's correct. There is no right way. It depends on the level of
        customization you require and the amount of work you want to do to
        maintain Webalizer. I chose the option described in the .conf file
        because it was the easiest way to setup a new site. All I had to do is
        add one entry to my server list file and everything was running.

        Although I haven't tried it, I'm sure you could even use a combination
        of both methods if you just had a few sites that needed a higher level
        of customization.

        If you don't have much experience with Webalizer I would recommend that
        you begin with the easiest method (described in the .conf file) then add
        advanced features later after your comfort and success levels are
        higher.

        Mel

        -----Original Message-----
        From: kees@... [mailto:kees@...] On Behalf
        Of Kees de Keizer
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        To: webalizer@yahoogroups.com
        Subject: Re: [webalizer] Webalizer on NT/Win2k - Help

        Op 06-12-2001 schreef Gurpreet Singh:

        > Some confusion, as to how to setup Multiple Domains !
        >
        > If you study the documentation about Webalizer at
        > http://www.geocities.com/danilody/webalizer/windows.html, it
        > talks about setting up a seperate webalizer.conf file for each
        > domain, whereas as you suggested and as mentioned in sample.conf,
        > there is merely a need of creating a seperate .txt file, listing
        > all the domains and their parameters, and giving a reference to it
        > in the webalizer.conf file.

        > Which is the correct way ?

        I believe both are correct, although I haven't tried Dandy's
        method. With Dandy's method you set the main parameters per
        site, while the method as described in the sample.conf sets
        the parameters for all sites equal.

        --
        Kees de Keizer NT Administrator T: +31-10-2448344
        Wirehub! Internet PGP: 0x24E3770B F: +31-10-2448356
        http://www.wirehub.net/ mailto:kees.de.keizer@...
        We have no king but Caesar! [JC Superstar]




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