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  • Use this on the config file: PageType mp3 This should cause webalzier to match all files ending on ".mp3" --- Rich wrote: > Hello > > I've been using webalizer off and on for a while now and seem to have > some of the basics down. But now I want to get into the nitty gritty > of it and use webalizer to track my podcasts. > > Specifically, the individual episodes downloaded, and who...
    Enric Naval Jun 15, 2007
  • Well, I think that webazolver uses BIND quite a lot. If BIND has memory leaks, then webazolver will hit all of them several times each. --- richmondsearain wrote: > I am using freebsd. I set up the cron works to call webazolver and > webalizer on over dozen sites on my server every early morning. > > Recently, I have two incidents that my server were running out of the...
    Enric Naval Jun 12, 2007
  • I'm afraid that the current version of webalizer has no option to group URLs like that. If you have the source code, however, you can go to the file webalizer.c and find the function that starts like this (around line 1763) int isurlchar(unsigned char ch) Then on the third line you have to add the "?" sign (without quotes) to the list of characters. So this line here: return...
    Enric Naval Jun 12, 2007
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  • You can also use a fork of webalizer called Stone Steps webalizer, which not only uses 4096 characters for MAXURL, but also uses another 4096 characters for MAXSRCH (the search string). Also, unlike the original webalizer, the search string is processed apart from the url, so it's not cut unless it's longer than 4096 chars. http://www.stonesteps.ca/projects/webalizer/ --- Enric...
    Enric Naval Jan 16, 2007
  • It's probably this line in webalizer.h #define MAXURLH 128 You probably also want to increase the referrer size #define MAXREFH 128 Please notice that MAXURLH has to be smaller than MAXURL. If you need more than 1024 characters, then you will need to increase MAXURL also. Also, if your records on your logfile are very, very long, then you'll reach the 4096 characters limit on...
    Enric Naval Jan 16, 2007
  • One more thing: This link explains what packages you need to install for building webalizer: http://www.joostdevalk.nl/code/stone-steps-webalizer/compiling-stone-steps-webalizer-on-debian.html I have found that building webalizer is a hassle on Fedora/Red Hat, because it uses several packages that are not included on standard installations, and you have to hunt them. I imagine that...
    Enric Naval Jan 8, 2007
  • You should then attempt to download the source code for webalizer, change the lang files, and then build it yourself telling it to build it using czech language. It's the only thing I can think about. On the source code you'll find a file called INSTALL. Basically, you'd have to execute: ./configure --with-language=czech make make install Normally, I only do "make", and then I call...
    Enric Naval Jan 8, 2007
  • I think that the lang files for webalizer are in UTF-8 format. Setting your HTML encoding to anything other than UTF-8 should break all the non-english characters. I added an explicit HTML encoding instruction to my webalizer.conf: HTMLHead Any other encoding will cause problems for non-english characters. Notice that in the "Total Search Strings" you will normally ALWAYS find some...
    Enric Naval Jan 5, 2007
  • Oooops, I have just opened my dns_cache.db file on emacs, and it's empty (well, it's full of strange characters, probably markings for a hash table, but there are no DNS entries on it). I have just remembered that I turned webalizer's DNS turned OFF because Apache already does the DNS queries before writing to the access_log file. That's why my dns_cache.db file is 12K big. This...
    Enric Naval Nov 23, 2006
  • Your DNS cache file is VERY BIG. How many visits do you have daily?? You should delete it and re-run webalizer and look if it creates a smaller file. My dns cache is way smaller, in spite of it processing a whole year of visits, with 4500 visits per day: [root@griho~]# ls -l $(locate dns_cache) -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 12288 ago 24 04:02 /var/lib/webalizer/dns_cache.db Compare my 12...
    Enric Naval Nov 8, 2006