Yes, I gather log files from several machines, and generate stats for them.
None are Windows boxes, but basically what I do is:
1. Download all the logfiles from the various machines, put them in
directories with the same names as the hostnames they came from. (ie, www,
w3, etc. ) The name of the logfile in each dir is the same, ie. log.txt.gz
2. loop over the list of hostnames, cd into each, gunzip the logfile, run
webalizer, output is to a dir called "out" in each dir.
In the first step standardize your log file names, that makes step 2 much
easier. You can practically put the same webalizer.conf into each dir.
To view the actual stats, I symlinked the "out" dir elsewhere and created a
simple index.html to list them.
I can mail you offlist with the bash script I use if you want..
On Wednesday 04 December 2002 15:45, adam beecher wrote:
> I'll try that again:
>> Anyone running a central log analysis server in here? Preferably using an
> OSS analysis program like Webalizer; preferably working with both Windows
> and Linux servers/logfiles.
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