[thelist] web stats for multiple sites

Eduardo Kienetz eduardok at gmail.com
Wed Jun 11 16:02:56 CDT 2008

On Wed, Jun 11, 2008 at 3:47 PM, John DeStefano <jd at bnl.gov> wrote:
> Eduardo Kienetz wrote:
>> You mean, have a consolidated report for a same domain? You have it
>> hosted on multiple machines (dns round-robin) ?
>> Can you explain it better, perhaps with fake domains examples?
> Yes and no: I think the main goal is to play with load balancing, but at the
> moment, I think I'd (they'd) like to cull separate stats for separate host
> via one interface, like the following:
> host1.mydomain.com
> host2.mydomain.com
>  ...
> hostn.mydomain.com
> I currently have AWStats installed on one of these hosts, and culling stats
> from that host's Apache, but they'd like to see a unified grouping of stats
> from more than one host.  Does that make sense?  Is this possible?

Ah, that is very likely possible if you download the raw log files and
add them together.
cat logfile1 logfile2 logfile3 > biglogfile

Then you set up a new AWStats to read the biglogfile.

Eduardo Bacchi Kienetz

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