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Old 1st December 2005, 02:41
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I've done the default installation for ISPConfig (Ubuntu Breezy 5.10) but I have not yet figured out how to view my webalizer stats. I see stats being posted daily in /var/log/httpd/... how do I view my stats via the web?

I'm sure its something simple I've missed. Thanks
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Let's say you've created a web site www.example.com. Then your stats are in www.example.com/stats.
http://www.ispconfig.org/downloads/m..._src.htm#4_3_2
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Old 1st December 2005, 15:31
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I get 404 Error - File not found! with any of my virtual hosts. Have I perhaps missed a setting that would create the /stats/ in each domain?

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1) The stats are being generated nightly, so you will have to wait up to 24 hours until they where generated.

2) Check if webalizer is installed with the command: "which webalizer"

3) If the points above wont help, please execute "ls /var/log/httpd" and post the output here.
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which webalizer gives me: /usr/bin/webalizer

output of my /var/log/httpd/:

ispconfig_access_log ispconfig_access_log_2005_11_23
ispconfig_access_log_2005_11_15 ispconfig_access_log_2005_11_24
ispconfig_access_log_2005_11_16 ispconfig_access_log_2005_11_25
ispconfig_access_log_2005_11_17 ispconfig_access_log_2005_11_26
ispconfig_access_log_2005_11_18 ispconfig_access_log_2005_11_27
ispconfig_access_log_2005_11_19 ispconfig_access_log_2005_11_28
ispconfig_access_log_2005_11_20 ispconfig_access_log_2005_11_29
ispconfig_access_log_2005_11_21 ispconfig_access_log_2005_11_30
ispconfig_access_log_2005_11_22 ispconfig_access_log_2005_12_01

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Sorry, i mean the directory /var/log/httpd/ (missed the slash).
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Maybe this helps you: http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/showthread.php?t=562
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I followed the link posted above by Falko and followed the instructions from this thread and it corrected the problem I was having .

Good instructions.

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Is there anything else that I need to do in order to access my stats? I've noticed that my stats are compiling (in /var/log/httpd/) but I have no /stats/ in my domains. Is there something I've missed in linking the compiled logs to /stats?
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After you have corrected the cron problem, like fako posted above, you will have to wait up to 24 hours until your stats where generated. The cronjob runs each morning.
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