We run webalizer 2.01 on IIS 5 log files quite successfully. Running it
on Windows 2000. Results are the same as with linux. Works with W3C
extended logfile format with a couple of extra fields added, e.g.
Can't remember exactly where I found it (not directly from the mr unix
web-site) but it seems quite efficient.
I can email you the files in a zip archive if you like with a few
instructions on what I did to make it work. Just let me know.
From: cork-admin at linux.ie [mailto:cork-admin at linux.ie] On Behalf Of adam
Sent: 03 December 2002 11:17
Subject: [CLUG] Webalizer / IIS
Anyone familiar with running Webalizer on IIS logfiles? Like, I would be
downloading the logfiles daily to a Linux box and running Webalizer on
but are there are any things I should know? Anybody got scripts for a
central analysis server?
The logfiles are in W3C Extended format - I think these need to be
converted - and rotate daily.
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