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Old 20th February 2011, 14:13
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Thumbs down Use of Webalizer AND AWStats ?

Hello everyone,

I was so glad to know that in the last releases of ISPConfig 3, AWStats was implemented.

I was confident with ISPConfig for generating now stats for Webalizer and AWStats... Well, until I saw in the administation panel that we had to make a choice between "Webalizer" and "AWstats" when configuring a website.... What for ?
Why can't we just use both ?

AWStats and Webalizer have some different waves to count and some features that are complementary. And moreover, in order to validate figures, it is always more consistent to use several different systems. So my point is : I just don't see the interest of limiting how choice to only one stats script ?




Thanks in advance for your answer

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