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From Dan Trainor <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Keeping multiple logs in central location
Date Thu, 18 May 2006 17:49:16 GMT
Krist van Besien wrote:
> On 5/16/06, Dan Trainor <> wrote:
>> We've got quite a few webservers, on which we're comfortable using
>> AWStats.  The server pool is part of a load balance cluster, and it's
>> very difficult to generate statistics on the data as a whole - rather,
>> we're generating statistics based on several different servers.
>> What I guess I'm looking for here is a way to keep all my Apache logs in
>> a central location, where I can run stats for the total of the pool.
> AWStats can do this. I have a similar setup (six server behind a
> loadbalancer) and I just copy the logfiles to one directory and then
> use "" to merge them all in one file (and to resolve
> the IP addresses in to host names). This I then feed to AWStats.
> All this with a cronjob offcourse...
> is part of awstats
> Krist

Hi -

Alright, this seems like a sensible solution.  I think I'll investigate 
this.  We do quite a bit of traffic, so I will try to do this hourly on 
a dedicated stats machine.

Thanks again for all of your input.


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