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Reporting of page view/visitors for all sites on a server

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mbraynard, Jun 18, 2007.

  1. mbraynard

    mbraynard Member

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    I have a self-managed server that runs WHM and Cpanel. I have about 300 sites hosted. I can see that it will list the bandwidth and space that each site is using on a monthly basis, but is there an easy way to see how many page views or visitors each site is getting for a given period of time?
     
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    eNetHosts Well-Known Member

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    Through the clients cPanel, awstats is a good stats software supported by cPanel - which if you have configured to run on your server will let you view that information.
     
  3. mbraynard

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    Hi,

    Yes, you are right that I can view each individual site I am hosting through CPanel. But with so many, it is hard to manage this data.

    I want to be able to see in one place page view, hit, and visitor stats for each of the hosted sites in a single place.

    It would be really hard to log into each hosted account and read and accululate this report and put it into a report.

    Ya savvy?

    Thanks,

    Matt
     
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    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    If you are logged in as a Reseller/Root, you would be able to simply select the sites you manage from a drop-down box in the cPanel interface, thus avoiding the need to manually login to each one.
     
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