log problems

  • razz razzera

    razz razzera - 2011-02-03

    Hello. i have been runing awstats for quite some time now and someting
    happend. At the first on this month i have abour 3K visitors to one of my
    websites, then next day and today the stats show only 100 & 210 visitors,
    however google analytics shows that my stats for the last 3 days are 3K, 2.8K
    and and 3,2K visitors. What has happend to awstats ? why is it not showing the
    correct stats ? i have not done any server changes in the last 3 days.

  • razz razzera

    razz razzera - 2011-02-04

    just to add, im runnning awstats on debian and this happend after i updated
    awstats the other day.

  • razz razzera

    razz razzera - 2011-02-09

    i just tryed webalizer and it's giving me the correct ammount users per day,
    same as google annalytics, difference is just by the few. so what could be up
    with awstats ?

  • Jean-Luc

    Jean-Luc - 2011-02-09


    This problem is related to a conflict between your log rotation policy and the
    AWStats update schedule. Running the AWStats update later or earlier in the
    day should solve the problem. Check and compare the times when the log
    rotation takes place and when AWStats reads the log file for the update.

    Jean-Luc, InternetOfficer AWStats

  • razz razzera

    razz razzera - 2011-02-10


    the awstats update is run every hour of every day on my server right now and
    the problem do not solve itself over time either as the update is rus before
    the logrotate always.

  • razz razzera

    razz razzera - 2011-02-16

    adding some new info

    Aswell as to the stats problem i cannot se anyting for Operating Systems, (Top
    10) Browsers (Top 10), Connect to site from and so on, there is no info at all
    after "File type". I also se the stats to update every 30 minutes now and have
    run this way for the last 2 days, the stats have not corrected themselves,
    why? :/


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