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Linux Loginfo – Apache basic log analysis software

This Apache log analysis tool is no longer being maintained. This is included here for future reference or to allow anyone to pick up and continue with the project.

About

This is simple Log Analysis software designed to give the webmaster useful information about
who is visiting their website. The software has only a few pre-requisites that should be met
by most websites already. Once installed it allows viewing of the reports through a web browser.

Whilst designed and tested for a linux system, it should work on any Apache / Perl / PHP webserver, although
it will need to be installed in different directories on a windows system.

The software is released under the GPL as free open source software.

Manual / Example

Full details can be seen by viewing the:

Download

Download the file in tgz (tar gzipped) format:

Updates in latest version

Version 0.1.2 beta

  • Fix bug in hourly display

Version 0.1.1 beta

  • Better browser and OS detection
  • More Webbots identified
  • Reporting of Status Codes
  • Summaries ordered by relevance
  • Improved Error Reporting
  • Bug fixes / additional testing

Patches / Config Updates

The latest Robots Entry can be used to update the line in your loginfo configuration file (loginfo.cfg).

The entry should be copied as a single line.

1st July 2005 (as included in version 0.1.1)

our @robots = (‘Googlebot’, ‘Yahoo! Slurp’, ‘Netcraft Web Server Survey’, ‘Ask Jeeves/Teoma’, ‘grub’, ‘msnbot’, ‘Wget’, ‘Feedster Crawler’, ‘BlogSearch’, ‘Syndic8’, ‘Cerberian’, ‘WISEnutbot’, ‘BlogPulse’, ‘Technoratibot’, ‘A2B Location-Based Search Engine’, ‘BlogsNowBot’, ‘Blogslive’, ‘Blogshares’, ‘UniversalFeedParser’, ‘ping.blo.gs’, ‘PageBitesHyperBot’, ‘PubSub-RSS’, ‘SurveyBot’, ‘walhello’, ‘Mirar’, ‘OmniExplorer’, ‘W3C_Validator’, ‘IconSurf’, ‘TurnitinBot’, ‘psbot’, ‘aipbot’, ‘StumbleUpon’, ‘Gigabot’, ‘LinkWalker’, ‘rojo.com’, ‘ConveraCrawler’, ‘DiamondBot’, ‘HenryTheMiragoRobot’, ‘Baiduspider’, ‘WebFilter Robot’, ‘SURF’, ‘topicblogs’, ‘BecomeBot’ );

17th June 2005

our @robots = (‘Googlebot’, ‘Yahoo! Slurp’, ‘Netcraft Web Server Survey’, ‘Ask Jeeves/Teoma’, ‘grub’, ‘msnbot’, ‘Wget’, ‘Feedster Crawler’, ‘BlogSearch’, ‘Syndic8’, ‘Cerberian’, ‘WISEnutbot’, ‘BlogPulse’, ‘Technoratibot’, ‘A2B Location-Based Search Engine’, ‘BlogsNowBot’, ‘Blogslive’, ‘Blogshares’, ‘UniversalFeedParser’, ‘ping.blo.gs’, ‘PageBitesHyperBot’, ‘PubSub-RSS’, ‘SurveyBot’, ‘walhello’, ‘Mirar’, ‘OmniExplorer’, ‘W3C_Validator’, ‘IconSurf’, ‘TurnitinBot’, ‘psbot’, ‘aipbot’, ‘StumbleUpon’, ‘Gigabot’, ‘LinkWalker’, ‘rojo.com’, ‘ConveraCrawler’, ‘DiamondBot’, ‘HenryTheMiragoRobot’, ‘Baiduspider’, ‘WebFilter Robot’, ‘SURF’ );

9th June 2005 (as included in version 0.1.0)

our @robots = (‘Googlebot’, ‘Yahoo! Slurp’, ‘Netcraft Web Server Survey’, ‘Ask Jeeves/Teoma’, ‘grub’, ‘msnbot’, ‘Wget’, ‘Feedster Crawler’, ‘BlogSearch’, ‘Syndic8’, ‘Cerberian’, ‘WISEnutbot’, ‘BlogPulse’, ‘Technoratibot’, ‘A2B Location-Based Search Engine’, ‘BlogsNowBot’, ‘Blogslive’, ‘Blogshares’, ‘UniversalFeedParser’, ‘ping.blo.gs’, ‘PageBitesHyperBot’, ‘PubSub-RSS’, ‘SurveyBot’, ‘walhello’, ‘Mirar’, ‘OmniExplorer’, ‘W3C_Validator’, ‘IconSurf’, ‘TurnitinBot’, ‘psbot’ );

Old Versions

The following old versions are no longer being developed. You should move to the latest version.

Loginfo Manual

Simple Web Log Analysis

User Manual

About

LogInfo provides a way to analyse the Apache web logs. It focuses on the information that is useful to

a webmaster trying to improve the appeal of their website, identifying the most popular areas of the site

as well as the way they are referred to the site.

The problem with much of the log analysis software is that they are either too complex, or don’t include

the features needed to analyse script based websites, or in many cases both. My primary aim was that the

program should quick to get up and running and simple to use. Another important feature is the ability to

handle scripts that use session information without getting a entry for every single url variation. It was

this feature that made me write this software rather than using httpdstats which was one of the tools I tried

before writing my own.

This program was created to provide me with some useful information from my own webserver logs.

It has been made public through the GPL and time permitting I will continue to develop this. If you would

rather develop your own program based on my original code then the GPL will allow you to do this as long as

the resulting software is also released through the GPL. If you do follow that route, please rename the program

and let me know to avoid confusion between the original and new software. Alternatively if you would like to

contribute to the development of this program please send an email with any suggestions. For example if

you have some code that could provide better browser detection then please provide me with details. All

submitted code should be provided either free of any copyright or using the GPL / LGPL licenses. If included

in the software it will be issued with the GPL license. Please email loginfo@watkissonline.co.uk.

Features

  • Easy to install (few pre-requisites)
  • Easily automated
  • Easy to navigate reports
  • Filters out the useful information
  • Works with standard apache log format (combined)
  • Handles Virtual Sites (with modification to Apache Logging)
  • Removes the session information from specified scripts
  • Can be run as often or infrequent as you want (depending upon apache log settings
  • Reports viewable from the hosting webpages (optional)
  • Simple Authentication (using Apache)
  • Text Version also available (with limited formatting)

History

  • 08/06/2005     Version 0.1 Alpha (Limited testing)
  • 01/07/2005     Version 0.1.1 (Beta)

License

The software is licensed under the GPL. Full details are provided in the text file gpl.txt which

should be distributed with this software.


LogInfo Apachelog Log Analysis Tool

Web: http://www.watkissonline.co.uk 
Copyright (C) 2005  Stewart Watkiss 



This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or

modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License

as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2

of the License, or (at your option) any later version.



This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,

but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of

MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the

GNU General Public License for more details.



You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License

along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software

Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA  02110-1301, USA.

Future Developments

Future versions may include:

  • XML based output
  • Template based formatting

There is however no expected date for an updated version, which at the time of writing has not been started on.

Bugs & Limitations

  • The program must be run to complete before log rotation starts
  • Report output based on time since last log rotation (recommend monthly log rotation)
  • Text Only version users basic formatting
  • Some browsers not supported

Installation

Please read these installation instructions fully before installing the

software. Ensure that you have read and understood the security implications

of adding the software to cron before you install the software and before creating

a scheduled job.

These instructions are based on a webserver running GNU/Linux. The files may need to be

installed manually on other systems.

Pre-Requisites

The following pre-requisites are needed. They will be installed by default on most systems.

  • Apache
  • Perl (Tested with Version 5)
  • Time::ParseDate Module (download from www.cpan.org if required)
  • PHP (for web menu only)
  • Linux / UNIX system (may work on other systems, but installation instructions may not work)
Time::ParseDate Module

If the Time::ParseDate module is not installed on your system it can be installed as follows:

perl -MCPAN -e shell
install Time::ParseDate

quit

If you get the following error when you try and run the program then you may need to follow these instructions:

Can't locate Time/ParseDate.pm in @INC

Upgrading from an Earlier Version

Upgrading to version 0.1.1 is achieved by extracting the files into the same directory as the previous

install (e.g. /usr/local/loginfo). The PHP file has not been updated so there is no need to copy that

across. Existing .cfg files can be used but it is recommended that new configuration files are created

from the new sample.cfg which includes new features. You may need to run the chown / chmod commands

to set the permissions correctly.

Downloading the File

The latest version of the code is available at: www.watkissonline.co.uk.

Other sites may allow you to download the software, but you should check it is the most recent version.

Installing the files

There is no automated installer at present. The installation is just a few

simple steps that can be tailored to your own needs.

  1. Extract the files to a convenient directory using the command:
    tar -xvzf loginfo-x.x.x.tgz

    (replace x.x.x with the version number of the software).

  2.  

  3. Create a directory to store the program code e.g. /usr/local/loginfo (superuser access may be needed)
    mkdir /usr/local/loginfo

     

    If you change the directory name then you will have to edit the apachelog.pl file and put the

    directory name in the first line of the program.

    e.g. #!/usr/bin/perl -w -I/usr/local/loginfo
  4.  

  5. Copy the program directory (and sub-directories) into the previous directory
    cp -R loginfo-x.x.x/program/* /usr/local/loginfo

    If the directory is not /usr/local/loginfo edit the apachelog.pl file and change the directory

    name on the first line.

  6.  

  7. Create a directory to store the output files in (within website if desired)
    mkdir /var/www/html/webstats
  8.  

  9. Copy the php file into the webstats directory
    cp loginfo-x.x.x/php/index.php /var/www/html/webstats
  10.  

  11. Create a config file (see the following section for changes that may be needed)
    cp /usr/local/loginfo/sample.cfg /usr/local/loginfo/loginfo.cfg
  12.  

  13. Set the appropriate file permissions. This assumes that it is to run as root,

    if you want to run as a different user then set the permissions accordingly. See

    the security information for more details.

    chown -R root:root /usr/local/loginfo/*
    
    chmod 500 /usr/local/loginfo/apachelog.pl
    
    chmod 600 /usr/local/loginfo/*.cfg
    
    chmod 400 /usr/local/loginfo/Modules/*
  14.  

  15. If using virtual hosts then make the recommended changes to the apache

    configuration files. (See later section)

  16.  

  17. Create .htaccess / .htpasswd files to restrict access to the log
    cd /var/www/html/webstats
    
    vi .htaccess
    
    (create the following entries)
    
    
    
    AuthUserFile /.htpasswd
    
    AuthGroupFile /dev/null
    
    AuthName "Authorised Users Only"
    
    AuthType Basic
    
    require valid-user
    
    
    
    htpasswd -c .htpasswd <username>
    
    
    
    (you will be prompted for the users password)
    
    
  18.  

Updating the LogInfo Configuration Files

The main configuration file is normally stored in the same directory as the program

file, although it can be stored anywhere on the system. (e.g. in an etc directory).

If there is only one on the system then it would normally be called loginfo.cfg.

If using virtual hosts it may be better to have multiple configuration files, one for

each virtual server in which case the filename would normally include an element of the

virtual server name. See Virtual Hosts for more details.

The configuration file is written in perl format. If there is a syntax or other

error then it may stop the program from running. Care is therefore required when

editing the file. All entries must end with a semi-colon ; and anything after a

hash # character is a comment. All entries are prefixed with our to define them

as publicly available.

The following entries are used:

$title=’website’

The value is used as the title of the report file. This should normally be

set to the name of the website, e.g. www.watkissonline.co.uk. This is particularly

important when using virtual hosts to distinguish between the different files.

If this is not changed then it will still work, but the report title will not

be customised.

$websitedomain

The $websitedomain value is used to filter out your own domain from the referer list.

This should be set either to the domain or the hostname of the website being analyzed. For

example www.watkissonline.co.uk could be added with or without the www part. This will behave

slightly differently if you have multiple webservers within your domain. The parameter can

be left out, but the main benefit of including it is that the percentage values for the referers

will be more accurate.

$accesslog

This is the directory and filename of the apache access_log file. The default

value is the directory used by Mandriva Linux and some other Linux distributions.

The log file must be in the combined log format, which is the default on many

systems. Refer to the Apache documentation for more details. The access_log file

should be rotated on a monthly basis (at the end of each month).

$errorlog

This refers to the apache error_log file. The default value is used by Mandriva

Linux and some other Linux distributions. Unlike the accesslog file the program will

run if the file doesn’t exist, but obviously will be unable to report on error

messages. File Not Found (404) messages will be taken from the accesslog file rather

than the errorlog file.

$outputfile=’/var/www/html/webstats/website’

This is the filename for the report. It should include the path of the directory.

The file will the year month and extension (.html or .txt) added by the program.

The filename part should reflect the name of the website, especially if using virtual

servers, as it will be listed in the menu page. This value also needs to be added

to index.php if using the index page.

@ignoreaddress=(‘192.168.1.*’, ‘10.0.0.1’)

The ignoreaddress list includes any IP addresses that are to be excluded from the

report. Typically this should include any addresses that the webmaster uses to test

the site, and any servers that may be running automated tests to check that the server

is still running. Values should be contained within single quotes and seperated with

commas.

The wildcard * can be used to match any address range, e.g. 192.168.1.* matches all addresses

from 192.168.1.0 to 192.168.1.255, or 192.168.* would match from 192.168.0.0 to 192.168.255.255.

@ignorefiles=(‘jpg’, ‘png’, ‘gif’, ‘ico’, ‘css’)

Any files with extensions listed in the ignorefile lists will not be included

in the statistics. The report will provide a count of the number of hits against

each file, but not down to the individual file level. This is to make the report

more relevant. The extensions are not case sensitive, but must appear on the end

of a filename prefixed with a dot. The entries must been quoted and comma seperated.

@ignoreerrors=(‘robots.txt’, ‘favicon.ico’)

Any lines in the error log matching the ignoreerrors will not be listed in the

error report. This will not effect the rest of the report, only the error section.

This will match on both file not found errors, and any other kind of errors. It is

recommended to include just those files that are not on the server that browsers or

search engines look for. Therefore robots.txt and favicon.ico are useful entries. If

you have a favicon.ico and robots.txt file, you may want to remove them to ensure that

you see any problems with these.

$html=1

The html variable can be either 1 or 0. A 1 will create html formatted files with

the extension .html, whereas zero will create plain text files with extension .txt.

Note the format of the report may change in future versions (or even become xml / xhtml).

our $filechmod=’775′

If you are using your own webserver to view the report then you may need to set

the filechmod value to the required permssions. This should be the octal permissions

value used by chmod. A value of 775 should be suitable for most users, although depending

upon the user in which you run the program 755 may be more restrictive.

@sessionscripts=(‘/wordpress’, ‘/cgi-bin/customscripts’)

The sessionsscripts list allows you to specify scripts that contain session

information. Any scripts listed in this will have the details after the question mark

? stripped off. Instead of getting a single line for every single url used (typically one

per page, per user) you will get a list of the number of times the script has been called.

The example of wordpress instead of listing every different page listed, will count these

into the number of entries read. The safest way to use this is to include the full

path (as it appears in the URL), which will prevent it matching other directories with similar names.

You can enter the value as a directory to apply to all scripts in that directory, or to an individual

script file.

Advanced Settings

The following are advanced settings, please ensure you understand the implications before

making any manual changes.

$debuglog=”

By specifying a filename a log will be created with any debug messages. Typically this will

include details of any user agent strings not recognised, which can be used to improve the

robots listing. It should normally be left commented out or blank so that no log file is created.

@robots=(‘Googlebot’, ‘Yahoo! Slurp’)

Web Robots (also known as webbots) can effect the log results. To report on

these separately then they should be listed in the @robots list. This is done

by using the user_agent value given by the web robot. To add additional webrobots

enter a string that will match against the robot, but not against a normal web

browser. The word netscape would not really be a good word to include, whilst there

is a netscape search engine (although I believe it uses other engines bots) it may

also conflict with the user agent in a browser that is being used.

Entries should be enclosed in quotes and be comma seperated. The default list should

work for most websites, although you may want to add some country specific entries.

As the list is updated details will be posted on www.watkissonline.co.uk.

Updating the index.php file

After updating the loginfo config file you should also edit the index.php file if you

want to use the menu to the reports. This file must be in the same directory as the

output files are created. The file will need to be changed if the $outputfile variable has

been changed. This is a php file so has a different format to the perl file in the

standard configuration file. The most significant thing is that instead a hash character

to signify a comment the php file uses two slashes // . There are only two entries that

need to be changed which are:

$webservers = array(‘website’)

Set this to the name of the $outputfile used in the earlier config file. This should

be the filename after the last slash / but without the date and.html /.txt extension.

If you have multiple hosts then this is comma seperated with quotes around the individual

names.

$html=1

This needs the same value as used in the loginfo config file. This is used to

look for files ending with .html and .txt. If you wish to have both text based and

html based reports then you will need a extra config file for each and an extra copy

of the index.php file.

Testing the Configuration

You can test that the configuration files are correct by running the program manually.

On the command line enter the apachelog.pl command followed

by the configuration file (full path names may be required). e.g.

/usr/local/loginfo/apachelog.pl /usr/local/loginfo/loginfo.cfg

You should then be able to view the report using your web browser. E.g. to view

the reports on the same server use:

http://localhost/webstats/index.php

Scheduling

The program can be automated by adding it to the crontab file. To work correctly

with log rotation scripts it needs to be run to complete before the log rotation

scripts start and before (but close to) the 1st day of the month. This should be

done a before log rotation occurs on the last day of each month. You may prefer to

run it more frequently than that, perhaps on a daily

basis so that you can see a partial report for the current month. The sample entry

will create a scheduled task to run every day shortly before midnight. It can be

run as root, but read the security implications and ensure that you understand how

to secure the scripts if using root.

There is a sample file called crontab.sample which can be edited and then loaded

into cron. As the user you would like the program to run as enter the following command:


crontab -l >> crontab.sample

crontab crontab.sample

The first line will copy the current crontab entries into the sample file to ensure that these are

retained when the new crontab file is loaded. Use man 5 crontab to see the syntax of the crontab file.

Security Implications

To run, the program must have read access to the apache logs. The apache

logs are often restricted to root only. To overcome this either the

apachelog.pl program needs to be run as root, or the log files need to be changed

so that another user can read them. There may be complications in the second option

of changing the permission on the log files in that this would need to be included

in the log rotation scripts that may differ across different platforms / distributions.

For this reason the installation instructions have been written assuming that root

will be accessing the file, if you have a good understanding of how the logs and

log rotation work on your particular system you could overcome some of the security

implications by running the program as a normal user instead of root.

There are some important implications if this program is being run automatically

from cron, particularly if running as root. As the program is written in perl anyone that

has write access to the program file, the module Date.pm or the configuration file

can add a command that will be run under the username of the cron task. It is therefore

strongly recommended that only root should have write access to any of these files. This

is the reason for the chown / chmod commands needed during the installation.

Whilst some people are happy to make their webstats publicly available you may need to ensure that no

personal information is released. In particular if you have cgi scripts then in the event of them

issuing an error message it may include information such as the user, their ipaddress and even their password.

For this reason it is strongly recommended that the log files are restricted. This can be achieved using

.htaccess / .htpasswd, or could be achieved by setting it up in your httpd config file.

If you do choose to make the statistics publicly available then removing the @errorlog entry should

prevent any sensitive information from being published.

Virtual Hosts

If you are running virtual hosts on your system then it may be beneficial to split

the logs into seperate files. If you aren’t configured for virtual hosts or don’t know what virtual hosts are, and only

have one website running on your server then you can ignore this.

If using virtual hosts then the logs for each of the different virtual hosts needs to

be sent to seperate files. The easiest way to do this is to add the following lines to

each virtual server in the Vhost.conf file.




CustomLog /var/log/httpd/websitename.access_log combined

ErrorLog /var/log/httpd/websitename.error_log

Ensuring that websitename is unique for each server. Then create a seperate loginfo

config file for each virtual server, ensuring that $outputfile is unique across each

different virtual host, and that each config file points at the relevant log file.

You will also need to update index.php to have multiple entries and update yourlog rotation

scripts accordingly. Additional crontab entries will be needed to call

apachelog.pl against each of the config files. These should be entered so as each one completes

before the next and all before logrotation occurs. A fifteen minute interval between each entry

should be sufficient.

Sample Report

Some entries have been removed to make this easier to view.

Log Info – ApacheLog Report – www.watkissonline.co.uk

Version 0.1 alpha

Report Compiled: Thu Jun 9 15:31:30 2005

LogInfo Apachelog Log Analysis Tool

Web: http://www.watkissonline.co.uk  


Loginfo comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY

This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions

See the User Manual and gpl.txt for more information.



Summary Information

Robots

Googlebot    105
Yahoo! Slurp    274
Netcraft Web Server Survey    8
grub    4
msnbot    210
Feedster Crawler    29

Excluded Addresses

192.168.1.*    463

Excluded Files

jpg    178
png    240
gif    4
ico    162
css    295

Page Views

Page Number of Hits Percentage
/linuxbluenet.html    89    29.3 %
/wordpress/    66    21.7 %
/    44    14.5 %
/cygwin.html    33    10.9 %
/linuxcommands.html    11    3.6 %
/wordpress/index.php    7    2.3 %
/ebooks/motivation.pdf    6    2.0 %
/ebooks.html    5    1.6 %
/wordpress    5    1.6 %
/info/pdf.html    4    1.3 %
/unix.html    3    1.0 %
/cv.html    2    0.7 %
/accessibility.html    1    0.3 %
/blog    1    0.3 %
/blog/    1    0.3 %

Referers

Referer Number of Hits Percentage
www.google.com    42    21.2 %
www.google.co.uk    25    12.6 %
ubuntuforums.org    23    11.6 %
freespace.virgin.net    21    10.6 %
search.yahoo.com    8    4.0 %
www.google.de    7    3.5 %
www.google.fr    7    3.5 %
search.msn.co.uk    5    2.5 %

Browsers

Broswer Number of Hits Percentage
MSIE 6.0    140    46.1 %
Firefox 1    107    35.2 %
unknown    13    4.3 %
Mozilla/5.0    8    2.6 %
MSIE 5.01    7    2.3 %
MSIE 5.5    4    1.3 %
Konqueror 3.4    3    1.0 %
Opera 8.0    3    1.0 %
MSIE 6.0b    2    0.7 %
Firefox 0.9.3    2    0.7 %
Opera 7.54 [en]    2    0.7 %
RPT-HTTPClient/0.3-3    2    0.7 %
MSIE 4.01    1    0.3 %
MSIE 5.0    1    0.3 %
Firefox 0.8    1    0.3 %
Firefox 0.9.1    1    0.3 %
IntranetExploder 08.15    1    0.3 %
Konqueror 3.0-rc2    1    0.3 %
Konqueror 3.0-rc5    1    0.3 %
Konqueror 3.3    1    0.3 %
Netscape 7.1    1    0.3 %
Safari 312    1    0.3 %
Safari 412    1    0.3 %

Operating Systems

OS Number of Hits Percentage
Windows NT 5.1    139    45.7 %
Linux i686    68    22.4 %
Windows NT 5.0    39    12.8 %
unknown    15    4.9 %
Windows 98    12    3.9 %
Linux i686 (x86_64    5    1.6 %
Linux    4    1.3 %
Win98    4    1.3 %
Windows NT 4.0    3    1.0 %
Linux ppc    2    0.7 %
PPC Mac OS X    2    0.7 %
Windows NT 5.2    2    0.7 %
i686 Linux    2    0.7 %
FreeBSD i386    1    0.3 %
Linux i586    1    0.3 %
Linux x86_64    1    0.3 %
PPC Mac OS X Mach-O    1    0.3 %
Windows 95    1    0.3 %
Windows CE    1    0.3 %
en    1    0.3 %

Daily Page Hits

Date & Time Number of Hits Percentage
01/06/2005     35    11.5%
02/06/2005     31    10.2%
03/06/2005     25    8.2%
04/06/2005     30    9.9%
05/06/2005     33    10.9%
06/06/2005     43    14.1%
07/06/2005     50    16.4%
08/06/2005     39    12.8%
09/06/2005     18    5.9%

Pages per Hour

Time Number of Hits Percentage
0:00 to 1:00    2    0.7%
1:00 to 2:00    1    0.3%
2:00 to 3:00    1    0.3%
3:00 to 4:00    1    0.3%
4:00 to 5:00    1    0.3%
5:00 to 6:00    2    0.7%
6:00 to 7:00    2    0.7%
7:00 to 8:00    1    0.3%
8:00 to 9:00    1    0.3%
9:00 to 10:00    3    1.0%
10:00 to 11:00    1    0.3%
11:00 to 12:00    2    0.7%
12:00 to 13:00    3    1.0%
13:00 to 14:00    2    0.7%
14:00 to 15:00    2    0.7%
15:00 to 16:00    2    0.7%
16:00 to 17:00    7    2.3%
17:00 to 18:00    4    1.3%
18:00 to 19:00    3    1.0%
19:00 to 20:00    1    0.3%
20:00 to 21:00    2    0.7%
21:00 to 22:00    2    0.7%
22:00 to 23:00    3    1.0%
23:00 to 24:00    2    0.7%

Hourly Page Hits

Date & Time Number of Hits Percentage
01/06/2005 11:00 to 12:00    3    1.0%
01/06/2005 12:00 to 13:00    7    2.3%
01/06/2005 13:00 to 14:00    5    1.6%
01/06/2005 15:00 to 16:00    1    0.3%
01/06/2005 16:00 to 17:00    5    1.6%
01/06/2005 17:00 to 18:00    2    0.7%
01/06/2005 18:00 to 19:00    2    0.7%
01/06/2005 19:00 to 20:00    2    0.7%
01/06/2005 20:00 to 21:00    1    0.3%
01/06/2005 21:00 to 22:00    4    1.3%
01/06/2005 22:00 to 23:00    2    0.7%
01/06/2005 23:00 to 24:00    1    0.3%
02/06/2005 0:00 to 1:00    1    0.3%
02/06/2005 1:00 to 2:00    1    0.3%
02/06/2005 2:00 to 3:00    1    0.3%
02/06/2005 3:00 to 4:00    2    0.7%
02/06/2005 7:00 to 8:00    1    0.3%
02/06/2005 8:00 to 9:00    2    0.7%
02/06/2005 10:00 to 11:00    3    1.0%
02/06/2005 11:00 to 12:00    2    0.7%
02/06/2005 12:00 to 13:00    1    0.3%
02/06/2005 13:00 to 14:00    3    1.0%
02/06/2005 14:00 to 15:00    2    0.7%
02/06/2005 15:00 to 16:00    3    1.0%
02/06/2005 17:00 to 18:00    1    0.3%
02/06/2005 18:00 to 19:00    1    0.3%
02/06/2005 19:00 to 20:00    1    0.3%
02/06/2005 20:00 to 21:00    3    1.0%
02/06/2005 21:00 to 22:00    3    1.0%
03/06/2005 2:00 to 3:00    1    0.3%
03/06/2005 4:00 to 5:00    1    0.3%
03/06/2005 5:00 to 6:00    1    0.3%
03/06/2005 7:00 to 8:00    2    0.7%
09/06/2005 11:00 to 12:00    2    0.7%
09/06/2005 12:00 to 13:00    3    1.0%
09/06/2005 13:00 to 14:00    2    0.7%
09/06/2005 14:00 to 15:00    2    0.7%
09/06/2005 15:00 to 16:00    2    0.7%

Error Reports

Missing Files

Filename Number of Errors
test.html

   

3

Other Errors

Error Number of Errors
[client 200.185.234.145] script not found or unable to stat

   

2
script not found or unable to stat: /data/www/cgi-bin/openwebmail

   

2

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