majoosh

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Hi all,

I just want to know how awstats runs every 24hrs ? It's not any cronjob right ? I didn't see any such cronjob / scripts that runs this. Then how it runs every 24 hrs? Is it some hiidden process ? Just want to know :rolleyes:
Please help this newbie:)

Regards
Majoosh
 

cPanelKenneth

cPanel Development
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Apr 7, 2006
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We contracted this to an off-shore JobGnome facility. Every cPanel install transmits Stat run data to us, and we in turn pass it to the JobGnomes. At set intervals, determined by the particular setting on your cPanel install, a Pico JobGnome infiltrates your server and commands AWStats to run.


Don't forget to thank your personal JobGnome.

Actually, it's managed by the cpanellogd process - but the other description sounds more fun.
 

www.neofaliro.g

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Error: Couldn't open config file "awstats.www.neofaliro.gr.conf" nor "awstats.conf" after searching in path ".,/home/antonis/tmp/awstats/,/etc/opt/awstats,/etc/awstats,/etc,/usr/local/etc/awstats": No such file or directory

- Did you use the correct URL ?
Example: http://localhost/awstats/awstats.pl?config=mysite
Example: http://127.0.0.1/cgi-bin/awstats.pl?config=mysite
- Did you create your config file 'awstats.www.neofaliro.gr.conf' ?
If not, you can run "./../../tools/awstats_configure.pl" from command line, or create it manually.

Check config file, permissions and AWStats documentation (in 'docs' directory).

When i click to awstats i take this message. I dont know what to do

Thanks
 

majoosh

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Feb 18, 2006
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We contracted this to an off-shore JobGnome facility. Every cPanel install transmits Stat run data to us, and we in turn pass it to the JobGnomes. At set intervals, determined by the particular setting on your cPanel install, a Pico JobGnome infiltrates your server and commands AWStats to run.


Don't forget to thank your personal JobGnome.

Actually, it's managed by the cpanellogd process - but the other description sounds more fun.
Thanks :)
 

dahu

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Dec 7, 2001
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so , if i understand :

- account 1
- account 2
- account 3
...

all running every 24 h at 00:00

i run manually capanellogd for account 1 at 15:00

will the cpanellogd run account 1 every day at 15:00 and the other still at 00:00 ?

so, if im right, how can i put the account 1 back to 00:00 (other that running it manualy at 00:00 for account 1) ?
 

big_bull

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Hi,

Simply copy awstats.domain.com.conf file from the server to your /home/user/tmp/awstats/awstats.yourdomain.conf and manually edit it and restart httpd.

like #cp /home/user1/tmp/awstats/awstats.domain.conf /home/user2/tmp/awstats/awstats.yourdomain.conf

this will resolve your problem.
 

mikidouglas

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Hi,

Simply copy awstats.domain.com.conf file from the server to your /home/user/tmp/awstats/awstats.yourdomain.conf and manually edit it and restart httpd.

like #cp /home/user1/tmp/awstats/awstats.domain.conf /home/user2/tmp/awstats/awstats.yourdomain.conf

this will resolve your problem.


Not sure this alone should work as i have checked the filie awstats.domain.com will still have refrences to the old domain wrt domlogs ie where to check for domlogs for updating in stats.
So if you copy simply and if it works, then stats will give wrong data.

Please check