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  • I do get responses besides 200 in my webalizer report. I'm not sure about the config, but I can tell you that they are there. - Grant From: pawelroman1 To: webalizer@^$1 Sent: Wednesday, November 21, 2012 7:42 AM Subject: [webalizer] Webalizer not parsing http responses with status other than 200 ? Hi, I noticed that webalizer ignores log entries with http status other than 200...
    Grant Nov 22, 2012
  • > > I'm sorry to say I only have the logs going back to January 5th. Is > > there any way to process the logs I have for January 24-30 without > > removing all data from January? > > Then I guess you are pretty much SOL. You could _possibly_ get it to > work by hand editing the incremental data file, but that is not for > the faint of heart! That file contains the timestamp of what...
    emailgrant123 Feb 20, 2012
  • > > That sounds like it would work for February, but I'm missing January > > 24-30. The system has processed January 31 - February 5 in the > > meantime. Can I remove everything after January 30? > > > > Can anyone help me out here? Is there anything I can do at this point > > to fill in the missing data? I have the logs. > > Just start processing your logs from January 1st instead...
    emailgrant123 Feb 10, 2012
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  • > > Remove the incremental data file (webalizer.current unless renamed to > > something else). Be careful, as this will remove any data processed > > for the current month. DO NOT remove webalizer.hist, as that contains > > totals for _previous_ months. After that, you can (and will need to) > > re-process your logs fron the beginning of the current month. > > > > And yes, when...
    emailgrant123 Feb 9, 2012
  • > Remove the incremental data file (webalizer.current unless renamed to > something else). Be careful, as this will remove any data processed > for the current month. DO NOT remove webalizer.hist, as that contains > totals for _previous_ months. After that, you can (and will need to) > re-process your logs fron the beginning of the current month. > > And yes, when using incremental...
    emailgrant123 Feb 6, 2012
  • > > I hadn't run webalizer for about a week and I stupidly starting processing the old logs from newest to oldest until I noticed that after the first log they were each being processed as if they contained 100% duplicate entries. Does webalizer refuse to process logs older than its newest entry? If so, is there any way I can process the old logs? > > yes... process them oldest to...
    emailgrant123 Feb 5, 2012
  • I hadn't run webalizer for about a week and I stupidly starting processing the old logs from newest to oldest until I noticed that after the first log they were each being processed as if they contained 100% duplicate entries. Does webalizer refuse to process logs older than its newest entry? If so, is there any way I can process the old logs?
    emailgrant123 Feb 2, 2012