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Installation Linux

 
 
Log rotate - /etc/webstat/statrotate
 
 
/www/logs/*access.log {
        monthly
	size 20M
        missingok
        notifempty
        compress
        postrotate
        /www/apache/bin/apachectl restart > /dev/null
        endscript
}
 
 
 
Stats - script - /usr/local/bin/statsupdate.sh
 
#!/bin/bash
 
user_home="/usr/www/virtual/spicy"
 
for i in `ls /usr/www/virtual/spicy | grep www`;
do
if [ -d $user_home/$i/stats ]
then
        if [ -s $user_home/$i/stats/webalizer.conf ]
        then
                grep -q $i $user_home/$i/stats/webalizer.conf
                if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
                cp /etc/webstat/webalizer.conf.tmpl $user_home/$i/stats/webalizer.conf
                /usr/bin/perl -pi -e "s/#repl_DOM/$i/g" $user_home/$i/stats/webalizer.conf
                fi
                /usr/bin/flock --timeout=0 /tmp/webalizer.lock /usr/local/bin/webalizer -c $user_home/$i/stats/webalizer.conf
        else
                cp /etc/webstat/webalizer.conf.tmpl $user_home/$i/stats/webalizer.conf
                /usr/bin/perl -pi -e "s/#repl_DOM/$i/g" $user_home/$i/stats/webalizer.conf
                /usr/bin/flock --timeout=0 /tmp/webalizer.lock /usr/local/bin/webalizer -c $user_home/$i/stats/webalizer.conf
        fi
else
        mkdir $user_home/$i/stats
        cp /etc/webstat/webalizer.conf.tmpl $user_home/$i/stats/webalizer.conf
        /usr/bin/perl -pi -e "s/#repl_DOM/$i/g" $user_home/$i/stats/webalizer.conf
        /usr/bin/flock --timeout=0 /tmp/webalizer.lock /usr/local/bin/webalizer -c $user_home/$i/stats/webalizer.conf
fi
done
 
/usr/bin/flock --timeout=0 /tmp/webalizer.lock /usr/sbin/logrotate /etc/webstat/statrotate
 
 
 
 
stats template -- /etc/webstat/webalizer.conf.tmpl
 
 
#
# Sample Webalizer configuration file
# Copyright 1997-2008 by Bradford L. Barrett
#
# Distributed under the GNU General Public License.  See the
# files "Copyright" and "COPYING" provided with the webalizer
# distribution for additional information.
#
# This is a sample configuration file for the Webalizer (ver 2.20)
# Lines starting with pound signs '#' are comment lines and are
# ignored.  Blank lines are skipped as well.  Other lines are considered
# as configuration lines, and have the form "ConfigOption  Value" where
# ConfigOption is a valid configuration keyword, and Value is the value
# to assign that configuration option.  Invalid keyword/values are
# ignored, with appropriate warnings being displayed.  There must be
# at least one space or tab between the keyword and its value.
#
# As of version 0.98, The Webalizer will look for a 'default' configuration
# file named "webalizer.conf" in the current directory, and if not found
# there, will look for "/etc/webalizer.conf".
 
 
# LogFile defines the web server log file to use.  If not specified
# here or on on the command line, input will default to STDIN.  If
# the log filename ends in '.gz' (a gzip compressed file), or '.bz2'
# (bzip2 compressed file), it will be decompressed on the fly as it
# is being read.
 
LogFile        /www/logs/#repl_DOM-access.log
 
# LogType defines the log type being processed.  Normally, the Webalizer
# expects a CLF or Combined web server log as input.  Using this option,
# you can process ftp logs (xferlog as produced by wu-ftp and others),
# Squid native logs or W3C extended format web logs. Values can be 'clf',
# 'ftp', 'squid' or 'w3c'.  The default is 'clf'.
 
LogType clf
 
# OutputDir is where you want to put the output files.  This should
# should be a full path name, however relative ones might work as well.
# If no output directory is specified, the current directory will be used.
 
OutputDir      /www/virtual/spicy/#repl_DOM/stats
 
# HistoryName allows you to specify the name of the history file produced
# by the Webalizer.  The history file keeps the data for previous months,
# and is used for generating the main HTML page (index.html). The default
# is a file named "webalizer.hist", stored in the output directory being
# used.  The name can include a path, which will be relative to the output
# directory unless absolute (starts with a leading '/').
 
HistoryName     webalizer.hist
 
# Incremental processing allows multiple partial log files to be used
# instead of one huge one.  Useful for large sites that have to rotate
# their log files more than once a month.  The Webalizer will save its
# internal state before exiting, and restore it the next time run, in
# order to continue processing where it left off.  This mode also causes
# The Webalizer to scan for and ignore duplicate records (records already
# processed by a previous run).  See the README file for additional
# information.  The value may be 'yes' or 'no', with a default of 'no'.
# The file 'webalizer.current' is used to store the current state data,
# and is located in the output directory of the program (unless changed
# with the IncrementalName option below).  Please read at least the section
# on Incremental processing in the README file before you enable this option.
 
Incremental     yes
 
# IncrementalName allows you to specify the filename for saving the
# incremental data in.  It is similar to the HistoryName option where the
# name is relative to the specified output directory, unless an absolute
# filename is specified.  The default is a file named "webalizer.current"
# kept in the normal output directory.  If you don't specify "Incremental"
# as 'yes' then this option has no meaning.
 
IncrementalName webalizer.current
 
# ReportTitle is the text to display as the title.  The hostname
# (unless blank) is appended to the end of this string (seperated with
# a space) to generate the final full title string.
# Default is (for english) "Usage Statistics for".
 
ReportTitle    Usage Statistics for
 
# HostName defines the hostname for the report.  This is used in
# the title, and is prepended to the URL table items.  This allows
# clicking on URLs in the report to go to the proper location in
# the event you are running the report on a 'virtual' web server,
# or for a server different than the one the report resides on.
# If not specified here, or on the command line, webalizer will
# try to get the hostname via a uname system call.  If that fails,
# it will default to "localhost".
 
HostName        #repl_DOM
 
# HTMLExtension allows you to specify the filename extension to use
# for generated HTML pages.  Normally, this defaults to "html", but
# can be changed for sites who need it (like for PHP embeded pages).
 
HTMLExtension  html
 
# PageType lets you tell the Webalizer what types of URLs you
# consider a 'page'.  Most people consider html and cgi documents
# as pages, while not images and audio files.  If no types are
# specified, defaults will be used ('htm*', 'cgi' and HTMLExtension
# if different for web logs, 'txt' for ftp logs).
 
PageType        htm*
PageType        cgi
PageType        phtml
#PageType       php3
#PageType       pl
 
# PagePrefix allows all requests with a specified prefix to be
# considered as 'pages'. If you want everything under /documents
# to be treated as pages no matter what their extension is. Also
# useful if you have cgi-scripts with PATH_INFO.
 
#PagePrefix     /documents
#PagePrefix     /mycgi/parameters
 
# OmitPage lets you tell the Webalizer that certain URLs do not
# contain any pages.  No URL matching an OmitPage value will be
# counted as a page, even if it matches a PageType above or has
# no extension (e.g., a directory).  They will still be counted
# as a hit.
 
#OmitPage       /render
 
# UseHTTPS should be used if the analysis is being run on a
# secure server, and links to urls should use 'https://' instead
# of the default 'http://'.  If you need this, set it to 'yes'.
# Default is 'no'.  This only changes the behaviour of the 'Top
# URLs' table.
 
UseHTTPS       no
 
# HTAccess allows the generation of a default .htaccess file in the
# output directory.  If enabled, a default .htaccess file will be
# created (with a single "DirectoryIndex" directive), unless one
# already exists.  Values may be 'yes' or 'no', with 'no'
# being the default (don't write .htaccess files).
 
#HTAccess       no
 
# StripCGI determines if URL CGI variables should be striped or not.
# Historically, the Webalizer stripped all CGI variables from the end
# of URLs to improve accuracy.  Some sites may prefer to keep the CGI
# variables in place, particularly those with highly dynamic pages.
# Values may be 'yes' or 'no', with the default being 'yes'.
 
#StripCGI       yes
 
# The TrimSquidURL option only has effect on squid type log files.
# When analyzing a squid log, it is usually desirable to have less
# granularity on the URLs.  TrimSquidURL = n where n is a number > 0
# causes all URLs to be truncated after the nth '/' after the http://
# portion.  Setting TrimSquidURL to one (1) will cause all URLs to be
# summarized by domain only.  The default is zero (0), which disables
# any such truncation and preserve the URLs as they are in the log.
 
# TrimSquidURL  0
 
# DNSCache specifies the DNS cache filename to use for reverse DNS lookups.
# This file must be specified if you wish to perform name lookups on any IP
# addresses found in the log file.  If an absolute path is not given as
# part of the filename (ie: starts with a leading '/'), then the name is
# relative to the default output directory.  See the DNS.README file for
# additional information.
 
#DNSCache       dns_cache.db
 
# DNSChildren allows you to specify how many "children" processes are
# run to perform DNS lookups to create or update the DNS cache file.
# If a number is specified, the DNS cache file will be created/updated
# each time the Webalizer is run, immediately prior to normal processing,
# by running the specified number of "children" processes to perform
# DNS lookups.  If used, the DNS cache filename MUST be specified as
# well.  The default value is zero (0), which disables DNS cache file
# creation/updates at run time.  The number of children processes to
# run may be anywhere from 1 to 100, however a large number may effect
# normal system operations.  Reasonable values should be between 5 and
# 20.  See the DNS.README file for additional information.
 
#DNSChildren    0
 
# CacheIPs allows unresolved IP addresses to be cached in the DNS
# database.  Normally, only resolved addresses are saved.  At some
# sites, particularly those with a large number of unresolvable IP
# addresses visiting, it may be useful to enable this feature so
# those addresses are not constantly looked up each time the program
# is run.  Values can be 'yes' or 'no', with 'no' being the default.
 
#CacheIPs       no
 
# CacheTTL specifies the time to live (TTL) value for cached DNS
# entries, in days.  This value may be anywhere between 1 and 100
# with the default being 7 days (1 week).
 
#CacheTTL       7
 
# The GeoDB option enables or disabled the use of the native
# Webalizer GeoDB geolocation services.  This is the preferred
# geolocation option.  Values may be 'yes' or 'no', with 'no'
# being the default.
 
#GeoDB          no
 
# GeoDBDatabase specifies an alternate database to use.  The
# default database is /usr/share/GeoDB/GeoDB.dat (however the
# path may be changed at compile time; use the -vV command
# line option to determine where).  If a different database is
# to be used, it may be specified here.  The name is relative
# to the output directory being used unless an absolute name
# (ie: starts with a leading '/') is specified.
 
#GeoDBDatabase  /usr/share/GeoDB/GeoDB.dat
 
# The GeoIP option enables or disables the use of geolocation
# services provided by the GeoIP library (http://www.maxmind.com),
# if available.  Values may be 'yes' or 'no, with 'no' being the
# default.  Note: if GeoDB is enabled, then this option will have
# no effect (GeoDB will be used regardless of this setting).
 
GeoIP           yes
 
# GeoIPDatabase specifies an alternate database filename to use by the
# GeoIP library.  If an absolute path is not given as part of the name
# (ie: starts with a leading '/'), then the name is relative to the
# default output directory. This option should not normally be needed.
 
GeoIPDatabase   /usr/share/GeoIP/GeoIP.dat
 
# HTMLPre defines HTML code to insert at the very beginning of the
# file.  Default is the DOCTYPE line shown below.  Max line length
# is 80 characters, so use multiple HTMLPre lines if you need more.
 
HTMLPre <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN">
 
# HTMLHead defines HTML code to insert within the <HEAD></HEAD>
# block, immediately after the <TITLE> line.  Maximum line length
# is 80 characters, so use multiple lines if needed.
 
HTMLHead <META NAME="author" CONTENT="The Webalizer">
 
# HTMLBody defined the HTML code to be inserted, starting with the
# <BODY> tag.  If not specified, the default is shown below.  If
# used, you MUST include your own <BODY> tag as the first line.
# Maximum line length is 80 char, use multiple lines if needed.
 
HTMLBody <BODY BGCOLOR="#E8E8E8" TEXT="#000000" LINK="#0000FF" VLINK="#FF0000">
 
# HTMLPost defines the HTML code to insert immediately before the
# first <HR> on the document, which is just after the title and
# "summary period"-"Generated on:" lines.  If anything, this should
# be used to clean up in case an image was inserted with HTMLBody.
# As with HTMLHead, you can define as many of these as you want and
# they will be inserted in the output stream in order of apperance.
# Max string size is 80 characters.  Use multiple lines if you need to.
 
HTMLPost        <BR CLEAR="all">
 
# HTMLTail defines the HTML code to insert at the bottom of each
# HTML document, usually to include a link back to your home
# page or insert a small graphic.  It is inserted as a table
# data element (ie: <TD> your code here </TD>) and is right
# alligned with the page.  Max string size is 80 characters.
 
HTMLTail <IMG SRC="msfree.png" ALT="100% Micro$oft free!">
 
# HTMLEnd defines the HTML code to add at the very end of the
# generated files.  It defaults to what is shown below.  If
# used, you MUST specify the </BODY> and </HTML> closing tags
# as the last lines.  Max string length is 80 characters.
 
HTMLEnd </BODY></HTML>
 
# The LinkReferrer option determines if entries in the referrer table
# should be plain text or a HTML link to the referrer.  Values can be
# either 'yes' or 'no', with 'no' being the default.
 
LinkReferrer    yes
 
# The Quiet option suppresses output messages... Useful when run
# as a cron job to prevent bogus e-mails.  Values can be either
# "yes" or "no".  Default is "no".  Note: this does not suppress
# warnings and errors (which are printed to stderr).
 
Quiet           yes
 
# ReallyQuiet will supress all messages including errors and
# warnings.  Values can be 'yes' or 'no' with 'no' being the
# default.  If 'yes' is used here, it cannot be overriden from
# the command line, so use with caution.  A value of 'no' has
# no effect.
 
ReallyQuiet     no
 
# TimeMe allows you to force the display of timing information
# at the end of processing.  A value of 'yes' will force the
# timing information to be displayed.  A value of 'no' has no
# effect.
 
TimeMe          no
 
# GMTTime allows reports to show GMT (UTC) time instead of local
# time.  Default is to display the time the report was generated
# in the timezone of the local machine, such as EDT or PST.  This
# keyword allows you to have times displayed in UTC instead.  Use
# only if you really have a good reason, since it will probably
# screw up the reporting periods by however many hours your local
# time zone is off of GMT.
 
GMTTime no
 
# Debug prints additional information for error messages.  This
# will cause webalizer to dump bad records/fields instead of just
# telling you it found a bad one.   As usual, the value can be
# either "yes" or "no".  The default is "no".  It shouldn't be
# needed unless you start getting a lot of Warning or Error
# messages and want to see why.  (Note: warning and error messages
# are printed to stderr, not stdout like normal messages).
 
Debug           no
 
# FoldSeqErr forces the Webalizer to ignore sequence errors.
# This is useful for Netscape and other web servers that cache
# the writing of log records and do not guarentee that they
# will be in chronological order.  The use of the FoldSeqErr
# option will cause out of sequence log records to be treated
# as if they had the same time stamp as the last valid record.
# Default is to ignore out of sequence log records.  The use
# of this feature is strongly discouraged and rarely needed.
# (the webalizer already compensates for up to 60 minutes of
# difference between records).
 
FoldSeqErr      no
 
# VisitTimeout allows you to set the default timeout for a visit
# (sometimes called a 'session').  The default is 30 minutes,
# which should be fine for most sites.
# Visits are determined by looking at the time of the current
# request, and the time of the last request from the site.  If
# the time difference is greater than the VisitTimeout value, it
# is considered a new visit, and visit totals are incremented.
# Value is the number of seconds to timeout (default=1800=30min)
 
VisitTimeout    1800
 
# IgnoreHist shouldn't be used in a config file, but it is here
# just because it might be usefull in certain situations.  If the
# history file is ignored, the main "index.html" file will only
# report on the current log files contents.  Usefull only when you
# want to reproduce the reports from scratch.  USE WITH CAUTION!
# Valid values are "yes" or "no".  Default is "no".
 
IgnoreHist      no
 
# IgnoreState also shouldn't be used, but is here anyway.  It is
# similar to the IgnoreHist option, but for the incremental data
# file.  If this is set to 'yes', any existing incrememtal data
# will be ignored and a new data file will be written at the end
# of processing.  USE WITH CAUTION.  By ignoring an existing
# incremental data file, all previous processing for the current
# month will be lost, and those logs must be re-processed.
# Valid values are "yes" or "no".  Default is "no".
 
IgnoreState     no
 
# CountryGraph allows the usage by country graph to be disabled.
# Values can be 'yes' or 'no', default is 'yes'.
 
CountryGraph    yes
 
# CountryFlags allows flags to be displayed in the top country
# table in monthly reports.  Values can be 'yes' or 'no', with
# the default being 'no'.
 
#CountryFlags   no
 
# FlagDir specifies the location of flag graphics which will be
# used in the top country table.  If not specified, the default
# is to look in the 'flags' directory directly under the output
# directory being used for the reports.  If this option is used,
# the display of flag graphics will be enabled by default.
 
#FlagDir        flags
 
# DailyGraph and DailyStats allows the daily statistics graph
# and statistics table to be disabled (not displayed).  Values
# may be "yes" or "no". Default is "yes".
 
DailyGraph      yes
DailyStats      yes
 
# HourlyGraph and HourlyStats allows the hourly statistics graph
# and statistics table to be disabled (not displayed).  Values
# may be "yes" or "no". Default is "yes".
 
HourlyGraph     yes
HourlyStats     yes
 
# GraphLegend allows the color coded legends to be turned on or off
# in the graphs.  The default is for them to be displayed.  This only
# toggles the color coded legends, the other legends are not changed.
# If you think they are hideous and ugly, say 'no' here :)
 
GraphLegend     yes
 
# GraphLines allows you to have index lines drawn behind the graphs.
# I personally am not crazy about them, but a lot of people requested
# them and they weren't a big deal to add.  The number represents the
# number of lines you want displayed.  Default is 2, you can disable
# the lines by using a value of zero ('0').  [max is 20]
# Note, due to rounding errors, some values don't work quite right.
# The lower the better, with 1,2,3,4,6 and 10 producing nice results.
 
GraphLines      2
 
# IndexMonths defines the number of months to display in the main index
# (yearly summary) table.  Value can be between 12 and 120, with the
# default being 12 months (1 year).
 
IndexMonths     12
 
# YearHeaders enables/disables the display of year headers in the main
# index (yearly summary) table.  If enabled, year headers will be shown
# when the table is displaying more than 16 months worth of data. Values
# can be 'yes' or 'no', with 'yes' being the default.
 
YearHeaders     yes
 
# GraphMonths defines the number of months to display in the main index
# (yearly summary) graph.  Value can be between 12 and 72 months, with
# the default being 12 months.
 
GraphMonths     12
 
# The "Top" options below define the number of entries for each table.
# Defaults are Sites=30, URLs=30, Referrers=30 and Agents=15, and
# Countries=30. TopKSites and TopKURLs (by KByte tables) both default
# to 10, as do the top entry/exit tables (TopEntry/TopExit).  The top
# search strings and usernames default to 20.  Tables may be disabled
# by using zero (0) for the value.
 
TopSites        30
TopKSites       10
TopURLs         30
TopKURLs        10
TopReferrers    30
TopAgents       15
TopCountries    30
TopEntry        10
TopExit         10
TopSearch       20
TopUsers        20
 
# The All* keywords allow the display of all URLs, Sites, Referrers
# User Agents, Search Strings and Usernames.  If enabled, a seperate
# HTML page will be created, and a link will be added to the bottom
# of the appropriate "Top" table.  There are a couple of conditions
# for this to occur..  First, there must be more items than will fit
# in the "Top" table (otherwise it would just be duplicating what is
# already displayed).  Second, the listing will only show those items
# that are normally visable, which means it will not show any hidden
# items.  Grouped entries will be listed first, followed by individual
# items.  The value for these keywords can be either 'yes' or 'no',
# with the default being 'no'.  Please be aware that these pages can
# be quite large in size, particularly the sites page,  and seperate
# pages are generated for each month, which can consume quite a lot
# of disk space depending on the traffic to your site.
 
AllSites        no
AllURLs no
AllReferrers    no
AllAgents       no
AllSearchStr    no
AllUsers       no
 
# The Webalizer normally strips the string 'index.' off the end of
# URLs in order to consolidate URL totals.  For example, the URL
# /somedir/index.html is turned into /somedir/ which is really the
# same URL.  This option allows you to specify additional strings
# to treat in the same way.  You don't need to specify 'index.' as
# it is always scanned for by The Webalizer, this option is just to
# specify _additional_ strings if needed.  If you don't need any,
# don't specify any as each string will be scanned for in EVERY
# log record... A bunch of them will degrade performance.  Also,
# the string is scanned for anywhere in the URL, so a string of
# 'home' would turn the URL /somedir/homepages/brad/home.html into
# just /somedir/ which is probably not what was intended.
 
IndexAlias     home.htm
#IndexAlias     homepage.htm
 
# The DefaultIndex option is used to enable/disable the use of
# "index." as the default index name to be stripped off the end of
# a URL (as described above).  Most sites will not need to use this
# option, but some may, such as those whose default index file name
# is different, or those that use "index.php" or similar URLs in a
# dynamic environment.  Values can be 'yes' or 'no', with the default
# being 'yes'.  This option does not effect any names added using the
# IndexAlias option, and those names will still function as described
# regardless of this setting.
 
#DefaultIndex   yes
 
# The Hide*, Group* and Ignore* and Include* keywords allow you to
# change the way Sites, URLs, Referrers, User Agents and Usernames
# are manipulated.  The Ignore* keywords will cause The Webalizer to
# completely ignore records as if they didn't exist (and thus not
# counted in the main site totals).  The Hide* keywords will prevent
# things from being displayed in the 'Top' tables, but will still be
# counted in the main totals.  The Group* keywords allow grouping
# similar objects as if they were one.  Grouped records are displayed
# in the 'Top' tables and can optionally be displayed in BOLD and/or
# shaded. Groups cannot be hidden, and are not counted in the main
# totals. The Group* options do not, by default, hide all the items
# that it matches.  If you want to hide the records that match (so just
# the grouping record is displayed), follow with an identical Hide*
# keyword with the same value.  (see example below)  In addition,
# Group* keywords may have an optional label which will be displayed
# instead of the keywords value.  The label should be seperated from
# the value by at least one 'white-space' character, such as a space
# or tab.  If the match string contains whitespace (spaces or tabs),
# the string should be quoted with either single or double quotes.
#
# The value can have either a leading or trailing '*' wildcard
# character.  If no wildcard is found, a match can occur anywhere
# in the string. Given a string "www.yourmama.com", the values "your",
# "*mama.com" and "www.your*" will all match.
 
# Your own site should be hidden
HideSite        *asianrules.com
HideSite        localhost
 
# Your own site gives most referrals
HideReferrer    asianrules.com
HideReferrer    #repl_DOM
 
# This one hides non-referrers ("-" Direct requests)
HideReferrer    Direct Request
 
# Usually you want to hide these
HideURL         *.gif
HideURL         *.GIF
HideURL         *.jpg
HideURL         *.JPG
HideURL         *.png
HideURL         *.PNG
HideURL         *.ra
 
# Hiding agents is kind of futile
HideAgent       RealPlayer
 
# You can also hide based on authenticated username
HideUser        root
HideUser        admin
 
# Grouping options
GroupURL        /cgi-bin/*      CGI Scripts
GroupURL        /images/*       Images
 
GroupSite       *.aol.com
GroupSite       *.compuserve.com
 
GroupReferrer   yahoo.com/      Yahoo!
GroupReferrer   excite.com/     Excite
GroupReferrer   infoseek.com/   InfoSeek
GroupReferrer   webcrawler.com/ WebCrawler
 
GroupUser      root            Admin users
GroupUser      admin           Admin users
GroupUser      wheel           Admin users
 
# The following is a great way to get an overall total
# for browsers, and not display all the detail records.
# (You should use MangleAgent to refine further...)
 
GroupAgent      Opera/          Opera
#HideAgent      Opera/
GroupAgent      "MSIE 7"        Microsoft Internet Exploder 7
#HideAgent      MSIE 7
GroupAgent      "MSIE 6"        Microsoft Internet Exploder 6
#HideAgent      MSIE 6
GroupAgent      "MSIE "         Older Microsoft Exploders
#HideAgent      MSIE 
GroupAgent      Firefox/2.      Firefox 2
#HideAgent      Firefox/2.
GroupAgent      Firefox/1.      Firefox 1.x
#HideAgent      Firefox/1.
GroupAgent      Konqueror       Konqueror
#HideAgent      Konqueror
GroupAgent      Safari          Safari
#HideAgent      Safari
GroupAgent      Lynx*           Lynx
#HideAgent      Lynx*
GroupAgent      Wget/           WGet
#HideAgent      Wget/
GroupAgent      (compatible;    Other Mozilla Compatibles
#HideAgent      (compatible;
GroupAgent      Mozilla*        Mozilla/Netscape
#HideAgent      Mozilla*
 
# HideAllSites allows forcing individual sites to be hidden in the
# report.  This is particularly useful when used in conjunction
# with the "GroupDomain" feature, but could be useful in other
# situations as well, such as when you only want to display grouped
# sites (with the GroupSite keywords...).  The value for this
# keyword can be either 'yes' or 'no', with 'no' the default,
# allowing individual sites to be displayed.
 
HideAllSites    no
 
# The GroupDomains keyword allows you to group individual hostnames
# into their respective domains.  The value specifies the level of
# grouping to perform, and can be thought of as 'the number of dots'
# that will be displayed.  For example, if a visiting host is named
# cust1.tnt.mia.uu.net, a domain grouping of 1 will result in just
# "uu.net" being displayed, while a 2 will result in "mia.uu.net".
# The default value of zero disable this feature.  Domains will only
# be grouped if they do not match any existing "GroupSite" records,
# which allows overriding this feature with your own if desired.
 
GroupDomains    0
 
# The GroupShading allows grouped rows to be shaded in the report.
# Useful if you have lots of groups and individual records that
# intermingle in the report, and you want to diferentiate the group
# records a little more.  Value can be 'yes' or 'no', with 'yes'
# being the default.
 
GroupShading    yes
 
# GroupHighlight allows the group record to be displayed in BOLD.
# Can be either 'yes' or 'no' with the default 'yes'.
 
GroupHighlight  yes
 
# The Ignore* keywords allow you to completely ignore log records based
# on hostname, URL, user agent, referrer or username.  I hesitated in
# adding these, since the Webalizer was designed to generate _accurate_
# statistics about a web servers performance.  By choosing to ignore
# records, the accuracy of reports become skewed, negating why I wrote
# this program in the first place.  However, due to popular demand, here
# they are.  Use the same as the Hide* keywords, where the value can have
# a leading or trailing wildcard '*'.  Use at your own risk ;)  Please
# remember, the use of these will MAKE YOUR STATS INACCURATE and you
# should consider using an equivalent 'Hide*' keyword instead.
 
#IgnoreSite     bad.site.net
#IgnoreURL      /test*
#IgnoreReferrer file:/*
#IgnoreAgent    RealPlayer
#IgnoreUser     root
 
# The Include* keywords allow you to force the inclusion of log records
# based on hostname, URL, user agent, referrer or username.  They take
# precidence over the Ignore* keywords.  Note: Using Ignore/Include
# combinations to selectivly process parts of a web site is _extremely
# inefficent_!!! Avoid doing so if possible (ie: grep the records to a
# seperate file if you really want that kind of report).
 
# Example: Only show stats on Joe User's pages...
#IgnoreURL      *
#IncludeURL     ~joeuser*
 
# Or based on an authenticated username
#IgnoreUser     *
#IncludeUser    someuser
 
# The MangleAgents allows you to specify how much, if any, The Webalizer
# should mangle user agent names.  This allows several levels of detail
# to be produced when reporting user agent statistics.  There are six
# levels that can be specified, which define different levels of detail
# supression.  Level 5 shows only the browser name (MSIE or Mozilla)
# and the major version number.  Level 4 adds the minor version number
# (single decimal place).  Level 3 displays the minor version to two
# decimal places.  Level 2 will add any sub-level designation (such
# as Mozilla/3.01Gold or MSIE 3.0b).  Level 1 will attempt to also add
# the system type if it is specified.  The default Level 0 displays the
# full user agent field without modification and produces the greatest
# amount of detail.  User agent names that can't be mangled will be
# left unmodified.
 
#MangleAgents    0
 
# The SearchEngine keywords allow specification of search engines and
# their query strings on the URL.  These are used to locate and report
# what search strings are used to find your site.  The first word is
# a substring to match in the referrer field that identifies the search
# engine, and the second is the URL variable used by that search engine
# to define it's search terms.
 
SearchEngine    .google.        q=
SearchEngine    yahoo.com       p=
SearchEngine    altavista.com   q=
SearchEngine   aolsearch.      query=
SearchEngine   ask.co          q=
SearchEngine    eureka.com      q=
SearchEngine    lycos.com       query=
SearchEngine    hotbot.com      MT=
SearchEngine    msn.com         q=
SearchEngine    infoseek.com    qt=
SearchEngine    excite          search=
SearchEngine    netscape.com    query=
SearchEngine    mamma.com       query=
SearchEngine    alltheweb.com   q=
SearchEngine    northernlight.com  qr=
 
# Normally, search strings are converted to lower case in order to
# increase accuracy.  The SearchCaseI option allows them to maintain
# case sensitivity, useful for some sites.  The value can be 'yes'
# or 'no', with 'yes' (case insensitive) being the default.
 
#SearchCaseI    yes
 
# The Dump* keywords allow the dumping of Sites, URLs, Referrers
# User Agents, Usernames and Search strings to seperate tab delimited
# text files, suitable for import into most database or spreadsheet
# programs.
 
# DumpPath specifies the path to dump the files.  If not specified,
# it will default to the current output directory.  Do not use a
# trailing slash ('/').
 
#DumpPath       /var/lib/httpd/logs
 
# The DumpHeader keyword specifies if a header record should be
# written to the file.  A header record is the first record of the
# file, and contains the labels for each field written.  Normally,
# files that are intended to be imported into a database system
# will not need a header record, while spreadsheets usually do.
# Value can be either 'yes' or 'no', with 'no' being the default.
 
#DumpHeader     no
 
# DumpExtension allow you to specify the dump filename extension
# to use.  The default is "tab", but some programs are pickey about
# the filenames they use, so you may change it here (for example,
# some people may prefer to use "csv").
 
#DumpExtension  tab
 
# These control the dumping of each individual table.  The value
# can be either 'yes' or 'no'.. the default is 'no'.
 
#DumpSites      no
#DumpURLs       no
#DumpReferrers  no
#DumpAgents     no
#DumpUsers      no
#DumpSearchStr  no
 
# The custom graph colors are defined here. Declare them 
# in the standard hexadecimal way (as HTML, without the '#') 
# If none are given, you will get the standard default colors.
 
#ColorHit       00805c
#ColorFile      0040ff
#ColorSite      ff8000
#ColorKbyte     ff0000
#ColorPage      00e0ff
#ColorVisit     ffff00
#ColorMisc      00e0ff
 
#PieColor1      800080
#PieColor2      80ffc0
#PieColor3      ff00ff
#PieColor4      ffc080
 
# End of configuration file...  Have a nice day!
webalizer.txt · Last modified: 2011/03/12 03:49 by k2patel