Thanks for the replies,
Well I've downloaded and installed Analog-4.1
and got this result.
(Figures in parentheses refer to the 7 days to 12-Apr-2000 15:19).
Successful requests: 5,514 (3,809)
Average successful requests per day: 404 (544)
Successful requests for pages: 723 (437)
Average successful requests for pages per day: 52 (62)
Failed requests: 297 (150)
Redirected requests: 1 (1)
Distinct files requested: 72 (44)
Distinct hosts served: 58 (37)
Data transferred: 17.863 Mbytes (12.652 Mbytes)
Average data transferred per day: 1.311 Mbytes (1.807 Mbytes)
My site is only up a week and i'm still not to sure about the results. I see
alot of high numbers but i take it there just images etc. I'm abit worried
about the numebr of Failed Requests though any ideas why that would be so
I suppose i'd better go over that readme file again. Thanks again for the
From: Donncha O Caoimh [mailto:donncha.ocaoimh at tradesignals.com]
Sent: 12 April 2000 13:58
To: ilug at linux.ie
Subject: Re: [ILUG] [ot] Apache : generating a hit report.
All he was looking for was "hits" which is defined as any request to the
web server. If it was page impressions then that's a whole other kettle
of fish.. :)
I think Wayne needs to do some research into Analog(as you suggested)
Lars Hecking wrote:
>> > > Wrong approach. You want to generate full, complete logs, and use
> > > a log file analyser (Analog, webalizer, etc.)
> > If all that's needed is a hitcount, a simple perl script may be a
> > option than using extra programs like webalizer. Of course, there's
> > 'wc -l access_log'.
>> Even as a first-order approximation, this is pretty useless.
> For example, you almost certainly don't want to know how many
> times the gif with the company logo, which is on every single
> page, was accessed. Or the images in the navigation bar etcetc.
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