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AWStats!!!

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by DiLDoG, Jan 10, 2005.

  1. DiLDoG

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    I REALLY would like to see the possibility to choose between webalizer and awstats.

    AWstats is just 100x times more detailed (and better looking too)
     
  2. JoaoCorreia

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    I agree !

    I agree ! AWSTATS is much better ! Meanwhile the bug on referer counting the domain itself remains ....
     
  3. Mark Priest

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    PLEASE why cant us linux users have AWSTATS like the windows guys, i cant see it being that hard to set up!
     
  4. gbjbaanb

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    it isn't difficult to set up at all! you might as well go for it yourself. Once installed, you'll only have to edit a cron job to update the results and output them to a html file. It really is easy.

    Of course, getting it setup for you is always a better option :)
     
  5. Herby

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    *sign for integration*
     
  6. webadmin

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    AWstats

    The option of choosing between AWstats and Webalizer is coming in Plesk 8 for Linux...
     
  7. gbjbaanb

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    fantastic. we'll all shut up about awstats now :)

    what's next? Custom vhost entries?
     
  8. Mark Priest

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    WO WOOOOO Thats Great!
     
  9. Hultenius

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    Great! Good news!
    AWstats-support will be one of the best new features of Plesk 8 :)
     
  10. DiLDoG

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    yeey thats VERY good news :D

    any indication in planned release date? (week/month/half a year?)
     
  11. NightStorm

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    Hopefully sometime soon after they release the bugfix for the admin login bug (and the various others that have been reported on 7.5.1).
     
  12. Mirco@

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    I wouldn't expect Plesk 8 before late 2005
     
  13. DiLDoG

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  14. Mark Priest

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    yeah, big bummer!
     
  15. iMedia

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    awstats

    Any good recomendations for a good Awstats install?

    I've found a Fedora 2 rpm for awstats, but no luck on the install.
     
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  17. DiLDoG

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    myeah I know but I dont really am willing to pay 69$ for something that will be included in half a year or so.
     
  18. iMedia

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    Here's what I have found:
    http://www.dotvoid.com/view.php?id=29
    "Awstats with virtual hosts on Apache"

    Currently the page is not displaying, but I'm sure it will come back soon. It gives an excellent foundation to install Awstats with Fedora. You'll have to modify the Apache directives and example scripts to match your directory structures.

    The rpm installed with no issues, except for the fact it will not install under Plesk's default vhost root, but the article above mentions this and gives apache directives to work around this ---

    (CORRECTION) the httpd.conf DOES NOT have to be done manually, the rpm installs awstats.conf in /etc/httpd/conf.d

    I used awstats-6.1-0.fdr.6.noarch.rpm,
    from http://download.fedora.us/fedora/redhat/8.0/i386/RPMS.stable/

    If you find a better rpm, please let me know.

    Mirror List: http://www.fedora.us/wiki/FedoraMirrorList

    I've only installed the rpm. I have not had time yet to attempt any configurations.

    I'll let you know how it works out, when I get to it. If anyone else tries it, please let us know.
     
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  20. ylon

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    I liked some of the defaults of the plesk functionality better than the ones provided by the referenced explanation above found at:
    http://www.dotvoid.com/view.php?id=29

    If you can follow through the script I adopted, you can make the required changes to the /etc/awstats/awstats.model.conf file. Also, note, I simply downloaded the default package from awstats rather than using the fedora rpm, so you can get it working, for example, from the following package:
    http://voxel.dl.sourceforge.net/sourceforge/awstats/awstats-6.3-1.noarch.rpm

    The script will be attached as a .txt file as it appears that I'm not allowed to paste it in here for some reason.
     
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