Web log analyzer with a GUI?

Ray Parrish crp at cmc.net
Mon Nov 24 01:32:34 UTC 2008


I installed those, and my machine can't even find awstats or a man page 
for it, much less run it. I don't know what happened there, it shows in 
Synaptic's install history. Visitors will not work with my server logs 
which are generated on a Windows server.

I tried to configure analog, but it complained that my server logs were 
of the incorrect type. I guess I'm stuck with the lame log analyzer on 
my hosts control panel interface.

If I had known this was going to be a problem, I would have gone with 
the Linux hosting instead of Windows at my host. It's too late to change 
now, unless I don't mind losing the perks I got with my original package 
which included free domain name registration.

Later, Ray Parrish

Chris Mohler wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 24, 2008 at 3:48 PM, Ray Parrish <crp at cmc.net> wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I've just tried Synaptic for server log analyzers, and it came up with
>> three command line programs. I've been trying for the past hour to
>> figure out how to set up a configuration file for analog and I'm fed up.
>> Are there any GUI based server log analyzers for Ubuntu? I'm on 8.04
>> Hardy if that makes a difference.
> I've used awstats and visitors in the past - I don't remember the
> exact steps to set them up, but I don't think they were particularly
> painful...
> Chris

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