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Old 11-14-2002, 04:42 AM   #1
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Configuring Webalizer


Hi all,

I am using webalizer v 2.01 to analyse our squid logs. I would say that the results are pretty impressive. However, the default reports do not have information on DENIED attempts. I have implemented quite a few acls on our squid box, and would like to have a separate set of reports as to the DENIED events with username, IP address, URL etc..

Is it possible to configure webalizer to generate MULTIPLE sets of reports from the same log file based on different event conditions ? This would help me in reporting policy violations to management.
 
  


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