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Old 05-07-2003, 01:38 PM   #1
Nothsa
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webalizer question


Hi

I'm wanting to generate stats like the webalizer sample , ie. I want full details for the latest 2 months and only averages and totals for the rest of them. Whatever I try I just get full stats for all the months.

Does anyone know what config settings I need to change and what I need to do with the log files to accomplish this, or knows of a link to where I can find this info? (I've gone through the webalizer docs and can't seem to figure it out =/ )
 
  


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