#675 Wont Update Stats

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2012-10-11
2002-03-13
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AWSTATS VERSION (no support for older versions than 3.0 and beta versions):
OS (Windows/Unix) + VERSION : Windows XP Home Edition
WEB SERVER NAME (IIS/Apache/...) + VERSION : Apache
PERL INTERPRETER NAME + VERSION (if known) : ActivePerl
If your site is online, give your awstats URL: http://68.53.153.81/cgi-
bin2/awstats.pl

Your problem description :
If you go to the link above.. http://68.53.153.81/cgi-bin2/awstats.pl
and click on Update, it still says, "Last Updated: Never Updated"
I have tried the command in the docs too from the command prompt, and it
doesn't get any errors, but it doesn't update them either. Do you know why this is
happening? And I know my cgi works, because the file awstats.pl runs fine, it just
won't update. I have included my awstats.conf file incase you need to look at that.
Thanks,

-Chad Crouch
chadmc@comcast.net

Discussion

  • Forrest R. Stevens

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    What output does the command line update give, how many lines in your log,
    how many corrupt? This is usually a result of a bad LogFormat directive in
    your awstats.conf. If you could copy and paste a sample of your log and
    your LogFormat directive from awstats.conf that would be great (your
    awstats.conf file didn't come through because you weren't logged into
    SourceForge, you have to have a SourceForge account to attach files to
    request).

     
  • Chad Crouch

    Chad Crouch - 2002-03-14

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    It shows 0 for the 3 outputs. Currupted lines, etc..
    Here is my ogfile line:
    LogFile="C:\Documents and Settings\Chad Crouch\My
    Documents\chadmc2\cgi-bin2\server_stats.log"

    and my LogFormat is this:

    LogFormat=1

    my server_stats.log file is blank, I created it myself. Is
    there supposed to be something in it? When I reply to this
    message from this website it won't let me attach any files
    so I can't send you awstats.conf

    Well I hope all this info helps to solve the problem,
    thanks,

    -Chad Crouch

     
  • Forrest R. Stevens

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    You need to point your LogFile at the log file created by your webserver.
    AWStats will parse through the file created by your web server (the file
    you specify in the LogFormat directive) and compile statistics which
    will be saved in the AWStats working directory (also specified in the
    awstats.conf file).

     

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