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From Joseph A Nagy Jr <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Log Analyser
Date Sat, 13 Sep 2003 19:45:18 GMT
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On Friday 12 September 2003 14:33, David wrote this in an attempt to be 
witty or informative:
> Anyone knows of any good access log analyzer ( free ones) that can
> run without additional scripting plug-ins  (i.e. Perl .etc).
> Thanks
> Regards,
> David

The only good one that I know of (that is truly good, I've looked at 
some others) is AWSTATS (you'll need a full Perl installation). It can 
be updated from a browser or from the command line (with or without a 
task scheduler). Personally I set up AWSTATS (same installation, 
different config files, no accidental data from other hosts due to the 
fact I have seperate error and access logfiles for each) in crontab and 
run them hourly on the hour, a minute after, two minutes after, three 
minutes after etc.

So yes, I do know of good access log analyzers, but it requires Perl.

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