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Analyze your webserver logs with The Webalizer
Authored by: matx on Aug 02, '06 01:06:33PM

This hint is a bit old, and that osx binary is really old. Here's my updated hint instructions:

0. install dev tools
1. install darwin ports installer (pkg)
2. in Terminal type: sudo /opt/local/bin/port -d selfupdate
3. then sudo /opt/local/bin/port install webalizer
4. then make a folder for webalizer results: mkdir web
5. cd web
6a. grab web logs from server (in /var/log/http/access_log)

you can use terminal to grab it : "scp user@server:/var/log/http/access_log ."

6b. type: webalizer access_log
7. open index.html of the analysis


Mat X -- VFX Mac Tech

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