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View visitor IP and location on site?

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  1. Samo ccc

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    Hi
    I wanna know how much visitor I have in real time in my site where what they see in my site

    is uses that command in SSH

    netstat -an | grep 80

    and it showing me the visitor IP .. But i wanna know where they are ? which Path in my site they visit ?

    and if there is a graphical interface for that it would be better
     
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    Howdy,

    It sounds like what you need/want is the apache status page. You can check it out in WHM at Home »Server Status »Apache Status.

    Or if you're still looking to use the CLI:

    tail /usr/local/apache/access_log

    should do something similar.

    Thanks!
     
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    Thank you for your fast respond
    Server Status »Apache Status is exactly what i'm searching for ... But how to show the same result in SSH ... because in SSH I can Reapply the command Constantly and rapidly so i can get a real time Data ..
     
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    and unfortunately this is not work (( tail /usr/local/apache/access_log )) as access_log file is not exist ... I have applied that (( find -name access_log )) but i found nothing
     
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