Cpanel awstats not updating
AWStats is one of the most commonly using tool on c Panel servers to analyse website traffic summary.Also, you can analyse a lot of things from there like number of visits, pages, hits, Bandwidth etc.You can analyse a lot of things from here like Number of visits, Pages, Hits, Bandwidth etc.In some strange situations, you may get this problem with AWStats, it’s not updating automatically.You must have root access to server for updating AWStats via SSH. 2, Execute; In the AWStats page there is an option to update it manually. You have to check the following this via shell as root user. In this article we'll explain the process of manually updating your Awstats reports with the most current data.You will find it in the AWStats tools directory (If using the Windows installer, the script is automatically launched): A) awstats_tries to determine your current log format from your Apache web server configuration file (it asks for the path if not found).If you use a common log, awstats_will suggest changing it to the NCSA combined/XLF/ELF format (you can use your own custom log format but this predefined log format is often the best choice and makes setup easier).
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# C) if changes were made as indicated in parts A and B, awstats_restarts Apache to apply the changes.
To be sure the log format change is effective, go to your homepage.
If you answer yes, awstats_will modify your httpd.conf, changing the following directive: from Custom Log /yourlogpath/yourlogfile common to Custom Log /yourlogpath/yourlogfile combined See the Apache manual for more information on this directive (possibly installed on your server as
B) awstats_will then add, if not already present, the following directives to your Apache configuration file (note that the "/usr/local/awstats/wwwroot" path might differ according to your distribution or OS: # # Directives to add to your Apache conf file to allow use of AWStats as a CGI.