[clug-talk] Apache webserver statistics, traffic,
visitors geographically, etc. tool...
sgrover at open2space.com
Fri Feb 4 16:34:33 PST 2005
I'll second the idea of analog. I've used it now for a couple of years on my
servers (logs.open2space.com), and have found it very stable, and very easy
to configure (with a bit of reading into the various options for a
configuration file). It is currently processing a log file that has almost a
years worth of entries.
I really like the look of report magic, but haven't yet tried it out - the
default analog reports were suitable for my purposes.
At the time, I had tried webalizer, and awstat, and felt both to be a little
clunky. That said, I know awstat has improved, and I should give it another
My two cents.
On Friday 04 February 2005 16:01, smagnuson at forzani.com wrote:
> I use http://analog.cx/ combined with http://www.reportmagic.org/
> Here's a sample analog report
> Here's a sample analog+reportmagic report
> Get analog running first to your satisfaction and then add reportmagic to
> the mix
> -----Original Message-----
> From: clug-talk-bounces at clug.ca [mailto:clug-talk-bounces at clug.ca]On
> Behalf Of "J. Rafael Sánchez"
> Sent: Friday, February 04, 2005 3:41 PM
> To: CLUG General
> Subject: [clug-talk] Apache webserver statistics, traffic, visitors
> geographically, etc. tool...
> Hi All,
> May I ask you opinion concerning the tools you use for web traffic,
> statistic information gathering for apache. Is MRTG helpful in this
> situation? It seems to be included by default in some distros; I've seen
> it on Red Hat's. I've never used it. I'm hoping you folks have a say
> about this matter.
> I'm traversing the net right now looking for options. I look forward to
> hearing your opinions.
> Thanks in advance.
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