Kent Brockman

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Jan 20, 2008
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Hi! I'm disabling Analog and Webalizer stats to lower the resource consumption in my server and because using Awstats provides just enough data.
I've already deleted the files in these folders: /tmp/analog, /tmp/analog, tmp/webalizer and /tmp/webalizerftp. BTW, the folder /tmp have several analog*.png files in every domain. Are these files related to Analog logs and may I delete it with total peace of mind?
Thanks
 

cPanelDavidG

Technical Product Specialist
Nov 29, 2006
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Hi! I'm disabling Analog and Webalizer stats to lower the resource consumption in my server and because using Awstats provides just enough data.
I've already deleted the files in these folders: /tmp/analog, /tmp/analog, tmp/webalizer and /tmp/webalizerftp. BTW, the folder /tmp have several analog*.png files in every domain. Are these files related to Analog logs and may I delete it with total peace of mind?
Thanks
~/tmp stores stats from months ago as well as the images for the charts that are displayed by analog stats. Unless you wish to wipe out all previously stored stats, you may not want to delete these files.
 

Kent Brockman

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PartnerNOC
Jan 20, 2008
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ok, but I WANT TO WIPE OUT all the stats related to Analog and Webalizer. Only want to preserve those belonging to Awstats. Is it ok to delete them? or malfunctions of any kind may arise?
 

cPanelDavidG

Technical Product Specialist
Nov 29, 2006
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Houston, TX
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ok, but I WANT TO WIPE OUT all the stats related to Analog and Webalizer. Only want to preserve those belonging to Awstats. Is it ok to delete them? or malfunctions of any kind may arise?
Deleting the temporary files for Analog and Webalizer should have no affect on Awstats as these are independent programs that are not interconnected by design.