i got several messages from crontab saying that the update process is in progress but still no changes in stat. While I can't help with your problem too much as I'm only new to using AWStats myself, try having a read of this wiki entry for help with installing AWStats.
I used the above instructions to install AWStats without issue.
We most recommend awstats When you select your stats program, you ma I would like to view the statistics for my website. Allowing access to Awstats without requiring a c Panel login What are Raw Access Logs and how do I view them?
This article will explain how to view the email logs on a Dedicated or VPS server.
Domain Databasebreak=day mean: summary file will create in daily basis: each day will have it own summary file : awstatsmmyyyydd.
To view your stats, scroll down to the Logs section of the c Panel Here are different programs that can be used to view your stats.
There might be several reasons for your AWStats to stop working but let’s find here how you can restore the functionality on your VPS/Dedicated box with a few easy steps.
The websites statistics on our servers are updated every 24 hours.
(if you use a package provided with a Linux distribution or Windows installer, step 1 might have already been done; if you don't know, you can run this step again) After downloading and extracting the AWStats package, you should run the awstats_script to do several setup actions.
Hi, ive got a problem with Awstats - i installed it using the Skybly`s installation guide, but it always shows this - Never updated (See 'Build/Update' on awstats_page) and doesnt show any statistics.
can anyone help - should i reinstall or wait for it to update automatically?
AWStats is a free powerful graphical tool which generates advanced web, streaming, ftp or mail server statistics.
This log analyzer works as a CGI or from the command line and shows you all possible information your log contains, in few graphical web pages.
I have no idea why it does this, but I worked around it by adding: mv /home/user/awstats.example.com* /home/user/example.com/statistics to take place 2 minutes after the stats run.