Pardon my newbieness, but I was wondering if there is a way to tell how many times any of the entities on the Unknown OS and Unknown Browser visit one's site.
I work for a company that makes a software suite which regularly checks the company website for updates and all that traffic heavily skews the data. I can see the name of the software listed under the Unknown Browsers and Unknown OS lists but it doesn't list how many hits it has.
Oh, and I am using Advanced Web Statistics 6.7 (build 1.892)
Thank you for any replies.
Thank you so much for replying. I don't have control over the files myself, but the IT guy here is going to be taking a look at that today and will see what he can do.
AWStats does not count the number of hits of the "unknown browsers", but you could add your browser in the list of "known browsers". Have a look at the browsers.pm file in the lib subdirectory. The file format is not explicitely documented, but it is hopefully clear enough.
I also think it would be a good point to show hits on unkown OS/browsers. I
actually hace a 5% of unknown OS, and it seems already pretty high to me,
considering my awstats installation is 7.0 and my "operating_systems.pm" has
been polished to the edge.
But what really doesn't make a point to me is that, when i go to the complete
list of unknown OS or browsers, all crawlers' user agents appear. I think
that, if a visit has been marked as a "robot", that visit's OS is not a deal
for our statistics. We just do mind "people's" OSs and browsers, not robots'
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