How did you do this? Did you have a script that downloaded then processed
the file everyday? Now that we are going to be using a web server, it would
be nice to get some stats on the site.

Mike Wills


-----Original Message-----
From: David Gibbs

Wills, Mike N. (TC) wrote:
> This isn't quite the answer... But with awstats, it appears like you 
> can go through just about any type of log. Unfortunately, it is written in
perl.
> But if you copied that file to a *nix box and then ran the awstats... 
> You can get a good log analyzer. If you want to see a sample of the 
> output check
> here: http://www.koldark.net/cgi-bin/awstats.pl?config=koldark.net

Speaking of AWStats ... I've figured out a way to process stats from an
apache web server, running on an iSeries, with awstats for very nice
statistics.

Check out http://stats.midrange.com/awstats.pl?config=www.midrange.com
for the current stats for the main midrange.com web page.

AWStats itself runs on a linux system ... but it gets the log files from the
iSeries on a periodic basis to be included in the stats.

If anyone is interested in implementing something similar, let me know and
I'll be happy to share my config file.

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