As new versions come available, what is the recommended way to handle the
awstats.mysite.conf config files? Replace the current with updated new ones
(which means a lot of work)? Keep the old ones? What do you guys do?
It is true that this part of the work is not documented in AWStats, but, in
many cases, there is no need to make changes to the config fie when upgrading
to the new release of AWStats.
If you have to manage many sites, a good approach is to use the AWStats
"Include" directive. If you start all config files with an "Include
awstats.commmon.conf", you will have a series of very short config files that
will be easy to manage. When a new release of AWStats comes up, it is very
likely that you will only need to update one file, your awstats.common.conf
Jean-Luc, InternetOfficer - (http://www.internetofficer.com/awstats/)
Yes, I manage a number of sites. I'll definitely consider the "Include"
directive. Sounds like an appealing solution. Thanks!
Can I override the settings in the common.conf file with the settings in the
individual .conf files, or do they have to be removed from the common file
For directives that should have a unique value, the last occurence overrides
the previous settings.
For directives that accept several simultaneous values, this is less clear.
For some, only the values from the last directive count, for others all values
from all occurences of the directive are taken into account.
Jean-Luc, InternetOfficer (http://www.internetofficer.com/awstats/)
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