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tiddlie    3

Im running (or at least trying to run) webalizer under windows 2003 standard edition.

I set my logfiles to the standard format as described in webalizer help, but it still says no useable records found.

Anyone know how to solve this?

Thanks in advance

Tom

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98XT    0

Have you had it running for 24 hours? It takes this amount of time to generate it's first set of results. Unfortunately it's not real-time.

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tiddlie    3

Yes. Its been logging since Monday. Still no valid valid records found.

I am using the correct log format if im using NCSA Common log file format arent i?

IIS seems to have 4 different formats.

Tom

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98XT    0
Yes. Its been logging since Monday. Still no valid valid records found.

I am using the correct log format if im using NCSA Common log file format arent i?

IIS seems to have 4 different formats.

Tom

Wouldn't know from here on in .. sorry. I'm running it on FreeBSD.

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martinsc    0

Webalizer might take some time to generate thedata (sometimes i took on my server even a week to get updated data)...

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tiddlie    3

Its not updated data - its the first run. Theres 3 log files in the directory, yet it wont read any

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Andrew179    0

Did you clear out your logfiles after changing them to the required format?

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tiddlie    3

Yes

I did find a website that says they need converting using a bat file, but the commands don't work work, or im doing soimething wrong :(

The site

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