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Webalizer config File

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  1. sunsetseb

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    Hi

    i have a dedicated server CENTOS 5.5 i686 with WHMacelerated 2.

    i want to configure webalizer config file for a virtualhost (webalizer count actually my own site for a referrer)
    But i don't find this config file !!

    Can u help me ?

    Regards

    Seb
     
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    cPanelTristan Quality Assurance Analyst
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    The file would be called webalizer.conf and can be placed in /home/username/tmp/webalizer location if it doesn't already exist. Please note that username would be the cPanel username in the path indicated.

    If you are speaking about configuring webalizer for the entire machine, such a file doesn't exist for the path. The webalizer content is per account specific.
     
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    Can i have a default webalizer.conf with hiderefferer ?

    Thx

    Seb
     
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    The default configuration sample can be obtained from the Webalizer site at this location:

    ftp://ftp.mrunix.net/pub/webalizer/sample.conf

    Of note, you can simply try placing the file into /home/username per prior posts I was reading as well.
     
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    it's curious we can't hide referrer automaticly.. Webalizer, or Analog is the same problem !!

    no body have solution ? (my server have +100 domains)
     
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    Your initial post indicated that you wanted this for "a virtualhost (webalizer count actually my own site for a referrer)" which implied one account, so you actually want to do this for all accounts on the machine?
     
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    Yes... the probleme is the same for all my domain webalizer ou analog
     
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    nobody for helping me ?
     
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    Always the same problem !
    Where i can find webalizer configuration file for my virtual host ?
     
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    I do not know any one configuration file for all hosts for Webalizer. You could copy the file to all accounts and modify as needed. I've already provided the location and format previously.

    You could also place the file into /root/cpanel3-skel to be copied to each account that is created. Of note, you'll have to modify the settings of the file for each individual domain to represent the domain and any set variables for that domain, which would require scripting work.
     
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