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webalizer hidereferrer solution

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by alfmanuel, Apr 2, 2005.

  1. alfmanuel

    alfmanuel Guest

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    Hello there !

    I posted a time ago my problem with Plesk and webalizer, because I don't want the domain itself in referrer list.

    Now, I've seen that I share this problem with many other plesk users, I coded a command line program (in php), which will hide the domain it's web stat.

    You will find the (easy) install instructions and the program at:
    http://www.inex.at/plesk/webalizer/

    ys
    Manuel

    (I'm from Austria, it will explain my bad english ;) )
     
  2. alfmanuel

    alfmanuel Guest

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    and successfull done ?
     
  3. sieb@

    sieb@ Guest

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    Can't you just change that in the webalizer conf file?
     
  4. alfmanuel

    alfmanuel Guest

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    so here is the problem:

    for example, i have 2 domains. test.com and test2.com.

    so you would add in webalizer.conf the following lines:
    HideReferrer test.com
    HideReferrer test2.com

    o.k. but than on both hosts, the 2domains won't be shown as referrer. That would be a big fault and mistake !!!
     
  5. editor

    editor Guest

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    Nice idea of you with your http://www.inex.at/plesk/webalizer/ :)

    To hide referrers add your Hide/GroupReferrers lines to /usr/local/psa/etc/webalizer.conf or upgrade to Plesk 7.5.3 to manage these parameters with Plesk Panel.

    Host mi? ;-)
     
  6. non-guru

    non-guru Guest

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    psa statistics & 00webalizer

    Trying to figure out exactly what the difference is between

    /etc/crontab.daily/00webalizer.sh

    and

    /usr/local/psa/admin/sbin/statistics in the crontab

    stats seems to be running a really high load on log files that are not that large, are two sessions of statistics running that are duplicating themselves?
     
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