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Old 11-12-2009, 05:06 PM   #1
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awstats required fields

I installed awstats-6.7-1.el5.rf from Dag Wieers' RPMForge. My web server uses a customized log format like:

[09/Aug/2009:21:06:45 -0700] TLSv1 DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA "GET /wiki/index.php/ HTTP/1.0" 4069
So, I wrote a LogFormat line for awstats:

LogFormat = "%time1 %host %other %other %methodurl %bytesd"
That buys me an error:

Error: Your personalized LogFormat does not include all fields required by AWStats (Add %code in your LogFormat string).
Since I cannot retroactively add the return code to millions of lines of logs, I'd prefer to get awstats to not "require" it. How can I do that?


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