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Subdomain Logs

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Jeff75, Oct 11, 2003.

  1. Jeff75

    Jeff75 Well-Known Member

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    Is there anyway to select whether or not clients can choose if they want their sub-domain logs stored in a seperate file or in their main log file?

    My clients are used to having them in one log file and since I'm not giving them access to AwStats, they cannot view their statistics even though they can use Analog, Webalizer, or Urchin.

    If this isn't supported, will you guys please add this in a future release? Many of my clients have complained about not being able to access their sub-domain logs and want them in their main log file.

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  2. mickeymouse

    mickeymouse Well-Known Member

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    Dear Jeff75,

    You can view the subdomain logs separately using Urchin stats itself. Here\'s the setup:

    #---------------------------------------------
    # main site
    #---------------------------------------------
    <Report> 0
    ReportName: mainsite.com
    ReportDirectory: /www/main/urchin/
    FilterOut: sub
    TransferLog: /www/logs/access-log
    </Report>

    #---------------------------------------------
    # sub site
    #---------------------------------------------
    <Report> 0
    ReportName: mainsite.com/subsite
    ReportDirectory: /www/main/sub/urchin/
    FilterIn: sub
    TransferLog: /www/logs/access-log
    </Report>

    Regards,
     
  3. Jeff75

    Jeff75 Well-Known Member

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    Unfortunately, I have to pay for my Urchin licenses ($700 for 100) so I can't offer individual sub-domain stats to my clients without paying a fortune.
     
  4. faejon

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    Has this been resloved yet?

    How can I as a client access my sub domain logs?

    They are not rolled into the main site logs.
     
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