The problem that happens when using one of the above, is often the logformat will change a little, which will break awstats.So I made a small cpanel hook, that is using their hook system.I recently updated to AWStats 6.9 using custombuild update_versions. Cron is running, and I've tried manually running the cron using the "echo 'action=tally' etc... Nothing happens with tally and awstats do not update. For the moment, I am telling to customers that these are tests and that awstats is not operational ... WStats is one of the useful web analytic reporting tool which high accuracy as it directly parses and analyzes server log files.Even a workaround would be an option to write a script that fetches all the users and their domains subdomains to I can execute awstats_with that script. Well, quick and dirty solution : add /usr/local/directadmin/scripts/awstats_USER DOMAIN to the daily cron job for each domain where it is important. is there a way to debut why the tally doesn't work and the manual awstat input works ?
While it's not directly related to the above problem, I didn't want to make a new thread. Also, the stats DO update if I manually run: Same problem here : I am new to awstats, but I installed it on a new server with custombuild.
The offline config files are for daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly reporting.
The single online config file is for today reporting.
I do not use the AWStats configuration wizard since it does not cover many of the configuration options and I have several config files.
I have 4 config files for offline reporting and 1 config file for online reporting.