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export night log w3c format

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by webstyler, Jul 8, 2010.

  1. webstyler

    webstyler Well-Known Member

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    Hello

    We need to get a daily copy of log in w3c format

    Log must contain all server account on single file

    This will be take by urchin server

    Any suggest ?

    Thanks
     
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    webstyler Well-Known Member

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    update: not need to make a single files for all account, could retain 1 file x domain/account as domlog

    tx
     
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    no suggest ?? :(
     
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    I believe there are no suggestions as no-one really understands (or I don't anyway) what w3c format would have to do with the domlogs. If you simply need the domlogs for Urchin, then why aren't the existing domlogs that do create sufficient for using with Urchin?

    Providing details on what you've already tried and any errors in what you've tried would help a great deal. If you haven't even tried to use the existing domlogs at /usr/local/apache/domlogs location, the best course of action would be to try to use them first, then come back here with the errors that you are getting if they do not work.
     
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