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How do I configure awstats?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by kamnet, Jun 26, 2006.

  1. kamnet

    kamnet Member

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    It appears to me that it should automagically be installed and ready to go, but when I go to pull up stats, this is what I see:

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    Error: Couldn't open config file "awstats.yoursite.com.conf" nor "awstats.conf" after searching in path ".,/home/username/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.ohhla.com.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). 
    
    I can't seem to find this tools directory (or anything on AWStats). WHere do I have to go to move this along?
     
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    have you tried this /scripts/fixwebalizer ?
     
  3. kamnet

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    webalizer will fix awstats?

    If it will, I'll try it when I get access to it later tonight.
     
  4. kamnet

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    Well, I ran it, and I'm about halfway there! No more error messages!

    Unfortunately, what I do get is ... nothing. After a few days, I've got no stats to show for it.

    Help?
     
  5. madan.cpanelnet

    madan.cpanelnet Well-Known Member

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    Location:
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    1) /scripts/runweblogs <username>

    2) Awstats conf/log files are stored in /home/<username>/tmp/awstats with permissions user.user
     
  6. Bash

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    Try this too:

    /scripts/runlogsnow

    You should get something like this:

    Resetting Logs for webadmin...Done
    Resetting Logs for cpanel...Done
    Resetting Logs for ###...Done
    Resetting Logs for #####...Done
    ==> cPanel Log Daemon version 22.2
    ==> Shared RRDTOOL support enabled

    Also run a /scripts/upcp --force and then re-install your stats and wait at least a day and a half to see your results.

    -Bash
     
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