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  • sidvicious
    Many thanks for you, Kees de Keizer. Now I am having problems in my IIS date log format. Here in Brazil we represent date this way: DD/MM/YYYY, and the date
    Message 1 of 3 , Jan 4, 2002
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      Many thanks for you, Kees de Keizer.
      Now I am having problems in my IIS date log format.
      Here in Brazil we represent date this way: DD/MM/YYYY,
      and the date format inside the log files remains like
      this. Is there a way to make Webalizer understand this?
      here is some lines of a log file recorded yesterday:
      200.222.31.14, -, 3/1/2002, 00:50:31, W3SVC9, BRNT4,
      200.198.179.7, 100, 660, 0, 200, 0,
      GET, /scripts/rodoviarios.asp, -,
      200.222.31.14, -, 3/1/2002, 00:50:31, W3SVC9, BRNT4,
      200.198.179.7, 250, 554, 1610, 200, 0,
      GET, /images/bandeirabrasil.gif, -,
      200.222.31.14, -, 3/1/2002, 00:50:32, W3SVC9, BRNT4,
      200.198.179.7, 651, 545, 4025, 200, 0,
      GET, /images/logo1.jpg, -,
      200.222.31.14, -, 3/1/2002, 00:50:32, W3SVC9, BRNT4,
      200.198.179.7, 431, 481, 8170, 200, 0,
      GET, /_fpclass/fprotate.class, -,
      I think that this uncommom format is giving me
      problems... and I have read something about converting
      my log files to another type (NSACD or something
      like this) intead of use IIS default ones...
      Please... could you try to help me again?

      Thanks so much.

      Pedro

      Op 04-01-2002 schreef sidvicious:

      > Does anybody have a example of a sample.conf file
      > that match my needs? I've multiple virtual hosts at
      this
      > machine, each one have its own log folder, and must
      have
      > its own Webalizer report...

      I've attached an example which I'm using on my home
      server

      > I've already tried to configure the sample.conf
      file
      > myself, but when I try to run the webalizer.exe

      Did you rename it to webalizer.conf ?

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    • Kees de Keizer
      ... Looks like your logfiles are in the IIS-format. Unlike what I may look like, this is not the format that can be read by webalizer. The logfile type iis
      Message 2 of 3 , Jan 4, 2002
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        On Fri, 4 Jan 2002, sidvicious wrote:

        >Now I am having problems in my IIS date log format.
        >Here in Brazil we represent date this way: DD/MM/YYYY,
        >and the date format inside the log files remains like
        >this. Is there a way to make Webalizer understand this?
        >here is some lines of a log file recorded yesterday:
        >200.222.31.14, -, 3/1/2002, 00:50:31, W3SVC9, BRNT4,
        >200.198.179.7, 100, 660, 0, 200, 0,
        >GET, /scripts/rodoviarios.asp, -,
        >I think that this uncommom format is giving me
        >problems... and I have read something about converting
        >my log files to another type (NSACD or something
        >like this) intead of use IIS default ones...
        >Please... could you try to help me again?

        Looks like your logfiles are in the IIS-format. Unlike what I
        may look like, this is not the format that can be read by
        webalizer. The logfile type 'iis' refers to the extended W3C
        format (logfiles starts with 'ex' instead of 'in').

        You can convert the logfile to the ncsa-format, however, in
        the webalizer config, you'll have to change the logfile type
        to 'clf'. Logfile conversion can be done with the tool convlog,
        which is a part of Win2K/NT.

        --
        Kees de Keizer NT Administrator T: +31-10-2448344
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      • Jean-Noel Hayart
        hi my win32 port have somes troubles when it read standard (file begin with IN????.log) you must use W3C log type in IIS (file begin with EX???.log), then
        Message 3 of 3 , Jan 6, 2002
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          hi

          my win32 port have somes troubles when it read standard (file begin with
          IN????.log)
          you must use W3C log type in IIS (file begin with EX???.log), then continue
          to use logtype to IIS, and webalizer can read correctly data/time.

          goodluck


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          Objet : Re: [webalizer] invalid date format


          On Fri, 4 Jan 2002, sidvicious wrote:

          >Now I am having problems in my IIS date log format.
          >Here in Brazil we represent date this way: DD/MM/YYYY,
          >and the date format inside the log files remains like
          >this. Is there a way to make Webalizer understand this?
          >here is some lines of a log file recorded yesterday:
          >200.222.31.14, -, 3/1/2002, 00:50:31, W3SVC9, BRNT4,
          >200.198.179.7, 100, 660, 0, 200, 0,
          >GET, /scripts/rodoviarios.asp, -,
          >I think that this uncommom format is giving me
          >problems... and I have read something about converting
          >my log files to another type (NSACD or something
          >like this) intead of use IIS default ones...
          >Please... could you try to help me again?

          Looks like your logfiles are in the IIS-format. Unlike what I
          may look like, this is not the format that can be read by
          webalizer. The logfile type 'iis' refers to the extended W3C
          format (logfiles starts with 'ex' instead of 'in').

          You can convert the logfile to the ncsa-format, however, in
          the webalizer config, you'll have to change the logfile type
          to 'clf'. Logfile conversion can be done with the tool convlog,
          which is a part of Win2K/NT.

          --
          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@...



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