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Re: Web and Proxy Server Logs Analyzers
From: Clientologist 837 <clientologist837 () gmx net>
Date: Sun, 19 Mar 2006 00:31:27 +0100

Hi
As far as i know AWStats and Webtrends i must say that
each ine has it's advantages.
Webtrends is an excellent Tool for the marketing and management guys
where you can generate reports on specific campaigns and so on.
But sometimes it's very tricky to find a specific Problem.
Probably this has become better in Version 7
but i haven't worked with it yet.

AWStats on th other hand just get's you all the basic information
and is very easy and fast to setup.
For the reason AWStats is written in Perl and usually runs CGI
you have to be aware of Security leaks.
Especially when it is accessible from the internet.

Regards Markus

On Fri, 2006-03-17 at 08:50 +0100, Andreja Glumpak wrote:
You can try Awstats. It is easy to configure, can be used for various
analysis (Apache NCSA combined log files (XLF/ELF) or common (CLF),
IIS log files (W3C), WebStar native log files and other web, proxy,
wap or streaming servers log files, ftp or mail log files) and is
released under GNU GPL .
You can find more info on http://www.awstats.org/.

Saludos

On 3/16/06, Rivera Alonso, David <drivera () iberdrola es> wrote:
Dear friends,

I'd like to know your oppinion on which are the most powerful and flexible
Log Analyzers for Web Servers and Proxy Servers.
They can be commercial or freeware.
We already know WebTrends, but would like to test alternatives.

many thanks,

DAVID RIVERA (Spain)


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