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Old 05-21-2015, 03:36 AM   #1
byran cheung
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awstats for different domain


I have setup awstats in server , in this server , there is only one apache access log now , I can use this localhost access log for awstats statistics , it works .

As I have many web server also want to do the awstats statistics but do not want to install awstats program in each of these server , therefore I want to copy all apache access log from another server to awstats server , then run the program for each of all access log on one single awstats server , rather than run it at individual server .

would advise is it possible ? if yes would advise how can I do it .

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I have setup awstats in server , in this server , there is only one apache access log now , I can use this localhost access log for awstats statistics , it works .

As I have many web server also want to do the awstats statistics but do not want to install awstats program in each of these server , therefore I want to copy all apache access log from another server to awstats server , then run the program for each of all access log on one single awstats server , rather than run it at individual server .

would advise is it possible ? if yes would advise how can I do it .
Very possible...and you can do it by writing scripts to do it. How you copy the files is up to you...you could even have the error logs written to a central NFS share, and read them all from there.

Since you've been using Linux for two years now, writing a script should be easy. Getting awstats to work the way you want to should be easy too, considering how many threads you've opened about it:
http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...ts-4175542562/
http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...ts-4175539665/

We aren't going to write scripts for you, but will be happy to help with what YOU have written. So post your efforts, and show us what you've done/tried. And as has been suggested to you SEVERAL times, you can also try looking things up on your own. Amazingly, the awstats forum has this very question asked and answered. Did you even try to look??
http://sourceforge.net/p/awstats/dis...hread/f8a0e14a

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