No Data in static HTML-Pages

full-mann
2012-02-03
2012-10-11
  • full-mann
    full-mann
    2012-02-03

    Hai,
    i installed awstats on a windows system with apache.
    i configured it and run a update of the stats.
    then i create a static html file, but there are no data.
    everything is "0".
    i used the following command to create the static html file:

    perl awstats.pl -config=mysite -output -staticlinks > awstats.mysite.html
    

    Somebody an idea, how it doesn´t work?

    Thanks a lot.

     
  • full-mann
    full-mann
    2012-02-03

    Oh no possibility to edit posts?


    i allready searched in this forum and found this one:

    No data in static HTML pages

    but it didn´t help me.

     
  • Jean-Luc
    Jean-Luc
    2012-02-04

    Hi,

    Do you see data in the AWStats data files? The AWStats data files are the
    files named awstats022012.YOUR_DOMAIN.txt, awstats012012.YOUR_DOMAIN.txt,
    awstats122011.YOUR_DOMAIN.txt,... in the DirData directory specified in the
    AWStats config file.

    Jean-Luc, InternetOfficer (AWStats
    Support
    )

     
  • full-mann
    full-mann
    2012-02-04

    Yes, there are data in the awstats data files.

     
  • Jean-Luc
    Jean-Luc
    2012-02-04

    It is likely that you tried to generate a February report before there were
    data for February.

    Assuming that you have data in awstats012012.YOUR_DOMAIN.txt, you can generate
    the January report with:

    perl awstats.pl -config=mysite -output -month=01 -year=2012 -staticlinks > awstats.mysite.html
    

    When you don't specify the year and month parameters, a report is generated
    for the current month.

    Jean-Luc, InternetOfficer (AWStats
    Support
    )

     
  • full-mann
    full-mann
    2012-02-06

    Hai,
    there are data for January and February, but it still doesn´t work.

     
  • full-mann, what version of Perl do you have?
    If you have Perl version 5.14.2 you should downgrade to 5.12.4 until AWStats
    fixes the current problem with the latest version of Perl.

     
  • full-mann
    full-mann
    2012-02-07

    I use the version 5.12.3.
    Is this okay, or should i change it to 5.12.4?

     
  • If you have Perl version 5.12.3 then I think my solution is not going to help
    your problem.
    However, I would not see any harm in you upgrading to ActivePerl 5.12.4 (which
    is what I use on Windows now), but make sure you don't get the latest
    ActivePerl version 5.14.2
    If I was you I would delete all the files that were generated by awstats like
    the dnscachelastupdate..hash and awstats012012.txt, awstats022012*.txt etc
    and follow Jean-Luc's advise.

     
  • full-mann
    full-mann
    2012-02-07

    Okay. I don´t make a update of perl.
    but what did you mean with Jean-Luc´s advice?
    i have data and when i create a static file all values are "0".
    this is what happens when i make this file only for a month, too.

     
  • Maybe post a link to your log file and conf file you are using and me or
    someone may look at it.
    Are you sure you have edited your conf file?
    Are you actually replacing "mysite" in the commands above with "the name of
    your website"?
    Maybe post a few lines of your log file.

     
  • full-mann
    full-mann
    2012-02-07

    Hai,
    i replaced mysite and edited the config file.
    Now i get data in my static file.
    I made a new apache-log file and recreate the awstats data files.
    Is it possible, that there are to much data?
    The old apache-log was over 7GB.
    The new one is only 40KB.
    Could this be the issue?

     
  • full-mann
    full-mann
    2012-02-07

    i replaced mysite and edited the config file before i started this discussion.
    not after your post.
    the only change, since your post, was the apache-log file as described above.

     
  • I think having an apache log file over 7GB could cause a lot of issues.
    Is this 7GB of data just for 1 month or is it a few years of data?
    Maybe someone else can let you know if there is a size limitation, otherwise
    experiment yourself.
    I would suggest manually editing the apache log file and breaking them up into
    smaller, monthly, weekly or daily logs.

     
  • full-mann
    full-mann
    2012-02-08

    This Apache-Log grew up since years.
    I will test it with the new one.
    Does anybody knows a limitation of the Apache-Log Size / Stats-Data for
    awstats?