On Jun 11, 2008, at 5:02 PM, Eduardo Kienetz wrote: > On Wed, Jun 11, 2008 at 3:47 PM, John DeStefano 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. Hmmm ... that might work. Thanks! BTW, I may as well ask: is there a simple stats package that will just track basic stats, like pages served per (time)? I think I'll stick with AWStats, but if there's something simple to set up that can do this for multiple sites, it would be worth a look.