BIG Update for www/webalizer
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Mon Jul 21 16:53:58 UTC 2008
--On Monday, July 21, 2008 09:55:07 -0600 Eric Zimmerman <heli at mikestammer.com>
> thanks for the info. The main webalizer page states:
> July 12, 2008 Version 2.20-01 has been released. This is a drop in
> replacement for sites running v2.01 with no additional changes required, and
> all users are encouraged to upgrade when possible. Many new and exciting
> features have been added in this release. See the CHANGES file for a list of
> what's been changed/added/fixed. Go to the download page to obtain a copy in
> your preferred format.
> any idea what command line options changed based on your experience? I didnt
> see mention of command line changes at:
Just for reference:
# webalizer -V
Webalizer V2.01-10 (FreeBSD 7.0-STABLE) English
Copyright 1997-2001 by Bradford L. Barrett
# webalizer -h
Usage: webalizer [options] [log file]
-h = print this help message
-v -V = print version information
-d = print additional debug info
-F type = Log type. type= (clf | ftp | squid)
-f = Fold sequence errors
-i = ignore history file
-p = preserve state (incremental)
-q = supress informational messages
-Q = supress _ALL_ messages
-Y = supress country graph
-G = supress hourly graph
-H = supress hourly stats
-L = supress color coded graph legends
-l num = use num background lines on graph
-m num = Visit timout value (seconds)
-T = print timing information
-c file = use configuration file 'file'
-n name = hostname to use
-o dir = output directory to use
-t name = report title 'name'
-a name = hide user agent 'name'
-r name = hide referrer 'name'
-s name = hide site 'name'
-u name = hide URL 'name'
-x name = Use filename extension 'name'
-P name = Page type extension 'name'
-I name = Index alias 'name'
-A num = Display num top agents
-C num = Display num top countries
-R num = Display num top referrers
-S num = Display num top sites
-U num = Display num top URLs
-e num = Display num top Entry Pages
-E num = Display num top Exit Pages
-g num = Group Domains to 'num' levels
-X = Hide individual sites
-D name = Use DNS Cache file 'name'
-N num = Number of DNS processes (0=disable)
I haven't upgraded yet, so you can compare this with the current port and see
As if it wasn't already obvious,
my opinions are my own and not
those of my employer.
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