Thought of squid?
Its a web proxy. It'll give you lots of logs similar ish to apache logs.
Not sure how accurate the timing would be. The only way you'll know if
they have left the site is if they ask for another page. Even then they
could be using a different window. It's not really possible (that I know
of) to accurately find out whether a person is still looking at a web
site or not. If thats what your after...
* At 09:29, Roy White wrote:
> Hi Folks,
>> I have been asked to get a solution for web access monitoring, not
> blocking just monitoring. I was going to use ipchains and log all packets to
> port 80 to the outside world, but the question I have is how do I find out
> (with reasonable accuracy) how long a person spends on any one site if I am
> only monitoring port 80 access, Is there specific software put there that
> can do this, I've searched google without much success, also tried freshmeat
> with out much success either, but then again I am probably looking in the
> wrong places. I dont agree with this sort of thing, but if I can build one
> for no money down, I can "customise" it to my needs :-)
>> Any help much appreciated
>> Roy White
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