SKIPAWSTATS isn't supported ?

krava

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Hello, Guys.

I read on cPanel forum that I can enable/disable some cPanel features by adding:
SKIPAWSTATS=0 or 1
SKIPWEBALIZER=0 or 1
in:
/var/cpanel/users/userconfig
file. So I tried to enable AwStats for an user by adding:
SKIPAWSTATS=0
in their cpanel config file (AwStats is disabled by default). However, AwStats is still not available via cPanel. Did I miss something ?

I am using WHM 10.8.0 cPanel 10.9.0-S45.

Please advise.
 

krava

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Guys, do you have ideas why SKIPAWSTATS deosn't work anymore ? It isn't supported by the latest cPanel vesrion. I am experiencing the problem on a few server.
 

krava

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No, thanks. This is not what I am asking. AwStats must be disabled for everyone by default and I want to provide it for certain users. So I put:

SKIPAWSTATS=0

in cPanel config files of the privileged users, but AwStats is still unavailable.

Any ideas ?
 
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majoosh

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Thankyou nick . I tried all lower case but still no luck :(

Cpanel version WHM 10.8.0 cPanel 10.9.0-R118.
 

majoosh

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If I enable awstst in tweak settings then it is by default allowed for all the users. I don't want that. I wan to enable it for only one domain :(. I did skipawstats=0 . I added it in /var/cpanel/users/username. Please help.


Thanks
Maj
 

cPanelNick

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sKipawasts in cpanel.config
FEATURE-AWSTATS in a cpanel users file
awstats in a cpanel feature file.


these should work, however i am in an airport atm so i cant verify this.
 

majoosh

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WoW!!!:) that did the trick !!!!!. Adding FEATURE-AWSTATS =1 in /var/cpanel/user/username did the trick.

Thankyou Nick for your valuable time :). Cpanel Nick Rocks!!!!!!!!:D


Regards
Majoosh
 

gundamz

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I had enable awstats for all accounts.
what if i don't want awstats to run for certain account?
can i put FEATURE-AWSTATS =0 in /var/cpanel/user/username ?