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Separate webalizers for sub-directories?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by tom6740, Aug 17, 2007.

  1. tom6740

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    Hi all,

    I have several websites under my cPanel account (like /public_html/aaa/, /public_html/bbb/, etc.), and I'd like to get separate webalizer services for each website. But the administrator is unwillling to do much manual modification, and it's not possible to switch all the websites to sub-domains.

    Does anyone have ideas on how to build up separate webalizers for the sub-directories without much manual modification? (the webalizer is cPanel build-in so it's not easy to modify)

    Thanks in advance.

    Quanzhi
     
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    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    Change these to sub domains. Then webalizer and analog stats can handle them separately.
     
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    Thanks for the idea, but are there any other solutions?

    Due to some reasons the host close sub-domain service. And, the users are used to visit my websites by http://mydomain.com/aaa/, it's not quite possible to force all of them to visit my website by http://aaa.mydomain.com.
     
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    Not sure there is any other way to break down stats other than that. You could always setup a redirect if you changed the URL as mentioned. If you're with a host who doesn't allow sub domains, might be time for a new host. IMO.
     
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