Difference between revisions of "AWStats"

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{{Languages|AWStats}}
 
{{Languages|AWStats}}
=== Maintainer ===
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===Maintainer===
 
[http://www.dungog.net Dungog]<br />
 
[http://www.dungog.net Dungog]<br />
  
 
[mailto:stephdl@de-labrusse.fr stephdl] Stéphane de Labrusse AKA [[User:stephdl|Stephdl]]<br />
 
[mailto:stephdl@de-labrusse.fr stephdl] Stéphane de Labrusse AKA [[User:stephdl|Stephdl]]<br />
  
=== Version ===
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===Version===
{{ #smeversion: smeserver-awstats }}
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{{#smeversion: smeserver-awstats }}
{{ #smeversion: awstats }}
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{{#smeversion: awstats }}
  
=== Description ===
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===Description===
 
Advanced Web Statistics (AWStats) is a powerful web server logfile analyzer (Perl script) that shows you all your Web statistics including visitors, pages, hits, hours, search engines, keywords used to find your site, broken links, robots and more.
 
Advanced Web Statistics (AWStats) is a powerful web server logfile analyzer (Perl script) that shows you all your Web statistics including visitors, pages, hits, hours, search engines, keywords used to find your site, broken links, robots and more.
  
=== Installation ===
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===Installation===
==== SME8 ====
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====SME8====
 
This contrib can be found in the smecontribs repository.
 
This contrib can be found in the smecontribs repository.
 
  yum --enablerepo=smecontribs install smeserver-awstats
 
  yum --enablerepo=smecontribs install smeserver-awstats
 
After you do the ''signal-event post-upgrade; signal-event reboot'' visit server-manager and open Web Statistics under Administration. Enable AWstats and change any options you wish. Once enabled, you will need to wait until the log files are processed to see anything. When there are processed logs for a domain you will see the option ''Show'' under AWStats. The stats are viewed through the server-manager, not through ''mydomain.com/awstats'' as in a standard install.
 
After you do the ''signal-event post-upgrade; signal-event reboot'' visit server-manager and open Web Statistics under Administration. Enable AWstats and change any options you wish. Once enabled, you will need to wait until the log files are processed to see anything. When there are processed logs for a domain you will see the option ''Show'' under AWStats. The stats are viewed through the server-manager, not through ''mydomain.com/awstats'' as in a standard install.
  
==== SME9 ====
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====SME9====
  
 
This contrib can be found in the smecontribs repository.
 
This contrib can be found in the smecontribs repository.
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After you do the ''signal-event post-upgrade; signal-event reboot'' visit server-manager and open Web Statistics under Administration. Enable AWstats and change any options you wish. Once enabled, you will need to wait until the log files are processed to see anything. When there are processed logs for a domain you will see the option ''Show'' under AWStats. The stats are viewed through the server-manager, not through ''mydomain.com/awstats'' as in a standard install.
 
After you do the ''signal-event post-upgrade; signal-event reboot'' visit server-manager and open Web Statistics under Administration. Enable AWstats and change any options you wish. Once enabled, you will need to wait until the log files are processed to see anything. When there are processed logs for a domain you will see the option ''Show'' under AWStats. The stats are viewed through the server-manager, not through ''mydomain.com/awstats'' as in a standard install.
  
==== SME10 ====
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====SME10====
  
This contrib can be found in the smecontribs repository, plus it needs to pick up the actuial awstats rpm from the epel repo:
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This contrib can be found in the smecontribs repository:
 
   
 
   
  yum --enablerepo=smecontribs,epel install smeserver-awstats
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  yum --enablerepo=smecontribs install smeserver-awstats
 
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After that, visit server-manager and open Web Statistics under Administration. Enable AWstats (if not already) and change any options you wish. Once enabled, you will need to wait until the log files are processed to see anything. When there are processed logs for a domain you will see the option ''Show'' under AWStats. The stats are viewed through the server-manager, not through ''mydomain.com/awstats'' as in a standard install.
 
 
  signal-event post-upgrade; signal-event reboot
 
 
 
 
or
 
config set UnsavedChanges no
 
config setprop AWStats status enabled
 
signal-event awstats-update
 
 
 
After you do the ''signal-event post-upgrade; signal-event reboot'' visit server-manager and open Web Statistics under Administration. Enable AWstats and change any options you wish. Once enabled, you will need to wait until the log files are processed to see anything. When there are processed logs for a domain you will see the option ''Show'' under AWStats. The stats are viewed through the server-manager, not through ''mydomain.com/awstats'' as in a standard install.
 
  
=== Additional information ===
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===Additional information===
 
More information about AWStats can be found on the [http://www.dungog.net dungog] site and the [http://awstats.sourceforge.net AWStats website].
 
More information about AWStats can be found on the [http://www.dungog.net dungog] site and the [http://awstats.sourceforge.net AWStats website].
  
=== Bugs ===
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===Bugs===
 
Please raise bugs under the SME-Contribs section in {{BugzillaFileBug|product=|component=|title=bugzilla}}and select the smeserver-awstats component or use {{BugzillaFileBug|product=SME%20Contribs|component=smeserver-awstats|title=this link}}.  
 
Please raise bugs under the SME-Contribs section in {{BugzillaFileBug|product=|component=|title=bugzilla}}and select the smeserver-awstats component or use {{BugzillaFileBug|product=SME%20Contribs|component=smeserver-awstats|title=this link}}.  
  
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Only released version of smeserver-{{PAGENAME}} in smecontrib are listed here.
 
Only released version of smeserver-{{PAGENAME}} in smecontrib are listed here.
  
{{ #smechangelog: smeserver-{{PAGENAME}}}}
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{{#smechangelog: smeserver-{{PAGENAME}}}}
 
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[[Category: Contrib]]
 
[[Category: Contrib]]
 
[[Category:Dungog]]
 
[[Category:Dungog]]
 
[[Category:Administration:Monitoring]]
 
[[Category:Administration:Monitoring]]

Latest revision as of 22:24, 22 February 2021


Maintainer

Dungog

stephdl Stéphane de Labrusse AKA Stephdl

Version

Contrib 9:
Contrib 10:
smeserver-awstats
The latest version of smeserver-awstats is available in the SME repository, click on the version number(s) for more information.
Contrib 9:
Contrib 10:
awstats
The latest version of awstats is available in the SME repository, click on the version number(s) for more information.


Description

Advanced Web Statistics (AWStats) is a powerful web server logfile analyzer (Perl script) that shows you all your Web statistics including visitors, pages, hits, hours, search engines, keywords used to find your site, broken links, robots and more.

Installation

SME8

This contrib can be found in the smecontribs repository.

yum --enablerepo=smecontribs install smeserver-awstats

After you do the signal-event post-upgrade; signal-event reboot visit server-manager and open Web Statistics under Administration. Enable AWstats and change any options you wish. Once enabled, you will need to wait until the log files are processed to see anything. When there are processed logs for a domain you will see the option Show under AWStats. The stats are viewed through the server-manager, not through mydomain.com/awstats as in a standard install.

SME9

This contrib can be found in the smecontribs repository.

yum --enablerepo=smecontribs install smeserver-awstats


signal-event post-upgrade; signal-event reboot


or

config set UnsavedChanges no
config setprop AWStats status enabled
signal-event awstats-update

After you do the signal-event post-upgrade; signal-event reboot visit server-manager and open Web Statistics under Administration. Enable AWstats and change any options you wish. Once enabled, you will need to wait until the log files are processed to see anything. When there are processed logs for a domain you will see the option Show under AWStats. The stats are viewed through the server-manager, not through mydomain.com/awstats as in a standard install.

SME10

This contrib can be found in the smecontribs repository:

yum --enablerepo=smecontribs install smeserver-awstats

After that, visit server-manager and open Web Statistics under Administration. Enable AWstats (if not already) and change any options you wish. Once enabled, you will need to wait until the log files are processed to see anything. When there are processed logs for a domain you will see the option Show under AWStats. The stats are viewed through the server-manager, not through mydomain.com/awstats as in a standard install.

Additional information

More information about AWStats can be found on the dungog site and the AWStats website.

Bugs

Please raise bugs under the SME-Contribs section in bugzilla and select the smeserver-awstats component or use this link .

IDProductVersionStatusSummary (5 tasks)
9455SME Contribs9.1UNCONFIRMEDscript qmail-awstats-setup.v2.sh modified for SME 9.1. and awstats-7.4-1
5925SME Contribs8.0CONFIRMEDinsert qmail stats in the current awstats contribs
5180SME Contribs7.4CONFIRMEDAwstats - Can't open perl script maillogconvert.pl
5083SME Contribs7.4CONFIRMEDQmail Statisitics
2354SME Contribs7.1CONFIRMEDIncorrect statistics for VirtualHosts

Changelog

Only released version of smeserver-AWStats in smecontrib are listed here.

smeserver-AWStats Changelog: SME 10 (smecontribs)

2021/02/22 Jean-Philipe Pialasse 1.4-3.sme
- add update event for easy install [SME: 11045]

 rewrite spec and createlinks to be more smeserver compliant
- run actions/awstats-upgrade on update of awstats or smeserver-awstats [SME: 10784]

2020/10/20 BogusDateBot
- Eliminated rpmbuild "bogus date" warnings due to inconsistent weekday,

 by assuming the date is correct and changing the weekday.
Tue May 27 2001 --> Tue May 22 2001 or Sun May 27 2001 or Tue May 29 2001 or ....
2020/10/19 Brian Read 1.4-2.sme
- Initial import to SME10 tree [SME: 11045]

2018/07/20 John Crisp 1.4-1.sme
- Fix SkipHosts incomplete entry [SME: 10160]
- Add SkipHosts db key

- Update some code to newer API

2015/09/07 stephane de Labrusse 1.3-3.sme
- added smeserver-awstats-1.3.bz8450.remove_ExternalIP-LocalIP.patch

- removed ExternalIP_LocalIP_ExternalNetmask [SME: 8450]
smeserver-AWStats Changelog: SME 9 (smecontribs)

2018/07/20 John Crisp 1.4-1.sme
- Fix SkipHosts incomplete entry [SME: 10160]
- Add SkipHosts db key

- Update some code to newer API

2015/09/07 stephane de Labrusse 1.3-3.sme
- added smeserver-awstats-1.3.bz8450.remove_ExternalIP-LocalIP.patch

- removed ExternalIP_LocalIP_ExternalNetmask [SME: 8450]
2014/06/16 JP Pialasse 1.3-1.sme
- initial import to SME9 contribs [SME: 8435]
2008/09/20 Stephen Noble 1.2-7
- clarify when domain is added to panel [sme 4543]
2007/06/26 Stephen Noble 1.2-5
- awstats upgrade script modified [sme 3087]