paul-ukhost

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Hi,

Does anyone know if its possible to block requests from the site's own domain name and files for webalizer?

It doesnt seem that there is a webalizer.conf file to edit.

Running redhat 7.2
Cpanel 5.3.0-S116

Thanks,

Paul
 

Def

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Originally posted by darksoul
you can create webalizer.conf with your settings in your home
directory and it will be picked when stats run
Thanks!
 

E-Tracks

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Hi I ask one thing.
In the first and second line of webalizer.conf what I must write?

LogFile /xxxxx/xxxxx/
OutputDir /xxxxx/xxxxx/

Thanx
 

vishal

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Originally posted by E-Tracks
Hi I ask one thing.
In the first and second line of webalizer.conf what I must write?

LogFile /xxxxx/xxxxx/
Here you specify the Path of the access_log


OutputDir /xxxxx/xxxxx/ [/B]


Here u need to specify the Webalizer Path (the files for webalizer (Normally its /home/user/tmp/webalizer)

Hop this helps!!

Regards,
:)
 
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E-Tracks

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Thank you
but my problem is that I don't know wich is the Path of the access_log in cpanel.
 

vishal

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Originally posted by E-Tracks
Thank you
but my problem is that I don't know wich is the Path of the access_log in cpanel.
By default Its Always

/etc/httpd/conf/access_log

Regards,