From: Mike R <spycobalt@sp...> - 2004-06-14 14:06:21
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> [mailto:webadmin-list-admin@...]On Behalf Of John
> Sent: Saturday, June 12, 2004 2:49 AM
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> Subject: Re: [webmin-l] Webalizer Module Issue
> Jamie Cameron wrote:
> >Even more bizarre .. which version of Webalizer are you using there?
> >It may be best to try setting the 'DNS cache file' option to 'Default'.
> > - Jamie
> >On Sat, 2004-06-12 at 00:07, Mike R wrote:
> >>Ok, I don't have any directory or file called:
> >>/var/lib/webalizer/dns_cache.db (there's definitely no
> >>So I changed it to just: dns_cache.db
> >>And this is the error I got when I tried to generate a report:
> >>Running Webalizer to generate report from /home/liz/logs/access_log ..
> >>Warning: Invalid keyword 'DNSCache' (/etc/hspc/webalizer.conf)
> >>.. Webalizer finished, but no report was generated. See the
> output above for
> This is a RedHat bug. The dns_cache.db file is not created, is not
> really needed, but issues this warning. If you do decide to create one,
> google for it and you'll find a lot, including a method for creating
> that file. You can't simply 'touch' it, but it has to be created via
> some database method. I forgot completely what it was.. just went
> through some of this. Anyway, no one is really sure if this is a redhat
> bug or a webalizer bug... still an unsolved mystery!
> Mostly it's just another of those nagging log announcements which aren't
I am using webalizer 2+ on redhat 9+. Redhat bug seems a likely
I had it on 'default' at first, but the message shows up still. I'm
thinking that maybe I copy over the file from a similar system running
webalizer with no problem? Would that work?