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  • John Brahy wrote: > ok, I have answered similar questions to this since web sites became cool, but I've always considered files and hits to be the same thing. I know pages are defined in the config file by extention which I have .html as pages and a visit consists of a series of hits while a user is surfing the site. > > So what is the difference between a file and a hit? Is that...
    Dave Patton Mar 9, 2006
  • utdrmac wrote: > Hey guys, > We run our webserver in GMT mode. (Server is actually in Central (- > 6)). Is there a way to tell webalizer that it operates in GMT but to > display results in CST? > > For example, our biggest usage is around 10AM CST. But this shows up > in webalizer reports as 1400GMT. > > Is there a way to tell webalizer to simply subtract an arbitrary > amount of...
    Dave Patton [DCP] Nov 16, 2005
  • raysloan1 wrote: > Hi, > > When the webstats first open there are two charts, the top one with > monthly totals can be saved to disc, posted etc, the chart beneath > showing all of the daily totals for that month cannot, why ? does > anyone know how I can save this chart to disc ? Well, there is a difference in what you can do with an image, (the first graph), and data in an HTML...
    Dave Patton [DCP] May 5, 2005
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  • Vahagn Avedian wrote: > So, I can't run webalizer as a cron job? To be honest, didn't catch > the hint about how to fix the problem. > "Bradford L. Barrett" wrote: > >> I worked around the problem we had with webalizer and put it in the >> cron job queue. But while it works fine when I run it in from the >> shell line, the cron job execution fails due to: >> >> Webalizer V2.01-10...
    Dave Patton [DCP] Apr 27, 2005
  • Greg wrote: > Hello: > > I work in a mid-size public library and we use > webalizer for our site which gets about 3000 visits a > day. The director of the library is interested in > using the 'exit pages' visit figures in order to try > and determine what parts of the site are being used. > Ideas? Do you simply use total hits as the best > indicator of which pages are being used...
    Dave Patton [DCP] Feb 4, 2005
  • mlecha wrote: >>For example, you can run webalizer from a shell script >>that is run as a cron job, and do something like: >>------------------------------------------------------------------ >># run from our Webalizer directory >>cd /path/to/webalizer >> >># yesterday's log is named my_log.YYYYMMDD.bz2 >># logs are bzip compressed >># yesterdayslog.pl is a Perl script that...
    Dave Patton [DCP] Jan 21, 2005
  • mlecha wrote: > > I need to know what naming convention Webalizer is looking for > the logs to be in There is no "naming convention" - Webalizer will try and process whatever logfile you tell it to process. > I gather that I'll need to decompress and concatenate these logs some > how, and then name them in a way that webalizer will recognize. You are talking about two different...
    Dave Patton [DCP] Jan 21, 2005
  • Stefan Hofmeir wrote: > Hello, > > i am running Webalizer V2.01-10 and I have daily log files in this > name format: > domain.net-2004-12-30-access_log > domain.net-2004-12-31-access_log If you look in your .conf file, you'll see that you are using Incremental processing, and have the line Incremental yes > How can I start webalizer to execute more than one (ca. 90) of such...
    Dave Patton [DCP] Jan 5, 2005
  • Sean Moran wrote: > > I am looking to get specific hit/bandwidth info for a subdirectory in a > virtual host. We get daily access logs from our host. We then have three cron jobs that run webalizer(using Incremental mode) on each day's logfile. One job runs webalizer with a "full" .conf file, to produce the stats we use as site admins. The second one runs with a more limited .conf...
    Dave Patton [DCP] Jan 4, 2005
  • Hannah Andersen wrote: > Though it seems that no one wants to touch the Plesk =) I can appreciate > that too. On our original server we had a command we entered into Cron that > ran every night and generated the webstats report. Something like > "/path/to/webalizer -Cqt ". I cannot seem to find this or find the document > that contains what the actual characters commands are to...
    Dave Patton [DCP] Dec 7, 2004