http-analyze is a
Web Log Analyzer for web servers. It analyzes the transfer log file of your Virtual Server web server and creates a
comprehensive summary report from the information found there.
http-analyze has been optimized to process large log files as fast as possible.
Previous versions of http-analyze were
not Y2K compliant and have not functioned correctly since 12/31/1999.
We have patched the following version http-analyze so that it is Y2K compliant, but we cannot
guarantee the performance of this patch. The patch has been applied to
previously installed versions of http-analyze on all Virtual Servers.
You do not need to re-install http-analyze in order to apply this fix.
To install http-analyze 1.9e, connect to your Virtual Server via
Telnet or SSH and
run the following command.
% vinstall http-analyze
Run the http-analyze program to create HTML pages with
your Virtual Server's web statistics. http-analyze
has already been compiled for your use. The following command
will create a monthly report of access to your Virtual Server
% virtual http-analyze -vm -S YOUR-DOMAIN.NAME \
-o /www/htdocs/http-analyze /www/logs/access_log
After running the command above you will find several
pages with your Virtual Server's web statistics at the
Using the virtual command above
allows you to specify paths from the home directory
of your Virtual Server, instead of from the root
directory of the host machine of your virtual
server. Here is an explanation of the command line
arguments used above and several others you may find
-h print the help list
-d generate short statistics (default)
-m generate full statistics (includes -d)
-v verbose mode: comment ongoing processing
-o outdir name of the directory for HTML output files
-S srvname set server name (default: system name)
The final command line argument used in the example above is the path and
filename of the Virtual Server's web server access log
Documentation will be installed as manpages on your Virtual Server
when you install http-analyze. This documenation can be
accessed during a Telnet or SSH session after configuring your Virtual Server to
view manpages in your Virtual Server directory structure. To do that,
add the following line (an alias) to ~/.cshrc file on your
alias man man -m '/usr/home/LOGIN/usr/local/man'
To make this change effective, use the source command:
% source ~/.cshrc
Once the above is configured you can view the http-analyze manpages
by using the man command:
% man http-analyze
Documentation can also be found at the http-analyze web site.
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