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"Delete each domain's access logs after stats run"

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by golloween, Mar 6, 2003.

  1. golloween

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    Can "deleting each domain's access logs after stats run" cause AWstats and Webalizer to work incorrectly?
     
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    I'm currently testing that out. I'll let you know in a few days.
     
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    We have that option set and since Nick rolled out a fix for AWstats using an incorrect config file, all is good.
     
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    Thanks casey, please post the results in this thread. Annette, is that fix for AWStats an automatic update, or I have to install it manually?
     
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    That was something rolled out into the automatic updates. There is a brief mention of it in the WHM news, I think. We've been running with the delete logs after run for over a month now, and the only problem we had was AWStats before Nick repaired things - webalizer continued to work just fine. At this point, everything is working just as it should.
     
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    I've had it running like that for a few days now, and no problems. Awstats, Analog, and Webalizer are all working fine.
     
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    Thanks casey, I'll turn it on.
     
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    Does this feature affect the size of the 'x.html' files in the /home/accountname/tmp/analog/ dir?

    One of the hosted accounts I'm looking at right now has 'x.html' files (eg. 1. html, 2.html, 3. html) of between 1Mb and 10Mb, plus a cache file of 14Mb, and so I'd I'm looking into ways of pruning all these _without_ destroying the monthly reports themselves. I understand that the x.html files are the monthly reports, so I don't know if it's possible to remove or reduce the data associated with the sections of these reports that are so massive, leaving the other sections of these reports intact.

    Hoping someone can advise. :)

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