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webalizer and subdomains

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by kklemenss, Oct 25, 2005.

  1. kklemenss

    kklemenss Guest

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    Is there any possibility to have subdomain statistics with webalizer? On windows plesk i have AWstat and i like it, but for linux version of plesk there is no AWstat...

    can somebody help me pliz

    thanks
     
  2. CoKo

    CoKo Guest

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    Yes, it is possible to set this up, but it needs some work.

    - You need to create separate log files for the subdomain by placing the following inside the subdomains vhost.conf:

    CustomLog /var/www/vhosts/<domain>/statistics/logs/<subdomain>_access_log plesklog
    ErrorLog /var/www/vhosts/<domain>/statistics/logs/<subdomain>_error_log

    - Next create a directory for the statistics:

    mkdir /var/www/vhosts/<domain>/subdomains/<subdomain>/webstat

    - Add an alias to your subdomains vhost.conf file so you can call the statistics even though they are not in yout httpdocs directory:

    Alias /webstat /var/www/vhosts/<domain>/subdomains/<subdomain>/webstat

    The only thing missing now is logrotation for the new logs (maybe thats done by standard logrotation of that domain - you should check this) and the webalizer call which can be placed in a shell script in cron.daily:

    #!/bin/sh
    webalizer -p -q -c /var/www/vhosts/<domain>/conf/webalizer.conf -o /var/www/vhosts/<domain>/subdomains/<subdomain>/webstat
     
  3. kklemenss

    kklemenss Guest

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    must i do someting else.. that this will start to work? now on my domain i get Access forbidden!

    how can i check if this is working?
     
  4. CoKo

    CoKo Guest

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    I guess you get Access forbidden when trying to access webstat directory, right?

    Right now there are no logs there and the logs were never processed with webalizer - therefore the directory is empty.

    - When you access the subdomain - is it logged in the new log files?

    - When you run the command

    webalizer -p -q -c /var/www/vhosts/<domain>/conf/webalizer.conf -o /var/www/vhosts/<domain>/subdomains/<subdomain>/webstat /var/www/vhosts/<domain>/statistics/logs/<subdomain>_access_log

    does it create the files in the subdomain webstat directory?

    BTW: Please correct the script line in the file for cron.daily with the above one - I missed the logfile in my first answer
     
  5. kklemenss

    kklemenss Guest

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    coko u are god! now its working, but i msut add this in cron. really tnx!
     
  6. CoKo

    CoKo Guest

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    I guess you mean good, not god :D

    Dealing with this kind of stuff is my daily work - and I still like it :)
     
  7. kklemenss

    kklemenss Guest

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    GOD and GOOD! ;)
     
  8. kklemenss

    kklemenss Guest

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    one question more... in /etc/cron.daily/webalizer i have this script:

    #!/bin/sh
    # /etc/cron.daily/webalizer: webalizer daily maintenance script
    # Written by Remco van de Meent <remco@debian.org>

    WEBALIZER_BIN=/usr/bin/webalizer
    WEBALIZER_CONF=/etc/webalizer.conf

    # See if the webalizer binary and config file exists
    # if not, exit without warning to prevent daily mails
    [ -f ${WEBALIZER_BIN} ] || exit 0
    [ -f ${WEBALIZER_CONF} ] || exit 0

    # Figure out non-rotated logfile
    nonrotatedlog=`egrep '^LogFile' $WEBALIZER_CONF | \
    sed -e 's/[[:space:]]\+/ /' | \
    cut -d ' ' -f2 | \
    sed -e 's/\.[[:digit:]][\.gz]*$//'`

    # Can we read it?
    [ -r "${nonrotatedlog}" ] || exit 0

    # Check for empty logfile
    logsz=`echo ${nonrotatedlog} | \
    sed -e 's/[[:space:]]\+/ /' | \
    cut -d ' ' -f2 | \
    xargs ls -l | \
    sed -e 's/[[:space:]]\+/ /g' | \
    cut -d ' ' -f5`
    [ $logsz -gt 0 ] || exit 0

    # Run webalizer quietly
    ${WEBALIZER_BIN} -c ${WEBALIZER_CONF} -q
    ${WEBALIZER_BIN} -c ${WEBALIZER_CONF} -q ${nonrotatedlog}

    # Exit with webalizer's exit code
    exit $?

    do i add thoes lines in here or? webalizer -p -q -c /var/www/vhosts... line
     
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