AWStats logfile analyzer 7.4 Documentation

 


AWStats Webmin module

This page is designed to help users of the 'Webmin' administration tool (www.webmin.com) to manage their AWStats config/tools. If you don't use it, you don't need to read what is described here.


Adding the AWStats Webmin module to Webmin interface

  • Run Webmin, go to "Webmin Configuration".
  • Click on "Webmin Modules".
  • Enter in the "Install module", the path of the awstats-x.x.wbm file (this file is provided with AWStats in tools/webmin directory or can be downloaded separately from AWStats web site) and click "Install module".
    After that a new entry "AWStats LogFile Analysis" should appear in your Webmin menu.


    Setup of the AWStats Webmin module

  • Run Webmin, go to the "AWStats LogFile Analysis" menu.
  • Click on the "Module configuration".
  • You must now enter here values for:
    - Absolute filesystem path to AWStats (CLI)
    It's the full path of the awstats.pl script. Path depends on package you use.
    It could be /usr/local/awstats/wwwroot/cgi-bin/awstats.pl
    - Absolute or relative URL path to AWStats (CGI)
    It's absolute or relative URL you must enter to run AWStats as a CGI. This depends on the way you setup your web server and cgi directories.
    It could be /cgi-bin/awstats.pl or http://127.0.0.1/awstats/awstats.pl.
    - Sample AWStats configuration file
    This is the sample file used to create a new config file.
    In most cases it must be /etc/awstats/awstats.model.conf.


    Using the AWStats Webmin module

  • Just run Webmin, go to the "AWStats LogFile Analysis" menu.
  • You can now, add, edit or delete config files.
  • You can also update or view statistics for a particular config file.


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