Awstats not updating
You can analyse a lot of things from here like Number of visits, Pages, Hits, Bandwidth etc.
In some strange situations, you may get this problem with AWStats, it’s not updating automatically.
You can simply access and analyse this from the c Panel itself. You can done this from the c Panel and also from the command line.
You must have root access to server for updating AWStats via SSH. 2, Execute; In the AWStats page there is an option to update it manually. You have to check the following this via shell as root user.
The further down under configuration it says to go to the directory and copy/edit files, which no longer exist.
At the begining it tells you to place the awstasts folder in /home/yourusername/ but at the end the urls have have it in Domain/Aw Stats Dir/cgi-bin/awstats.pl?
In october we migrated one user between servers (both directadmin) and since then awstats isn't updating for this user anymore.
The cron jobs exist and I keep getting this at the top of the awstats page: Never updated (See ' Build/Update' on awstats_page)Is there some configuration file or something that I need to run to kick off the update?Running '"/usr/share/awstats/wwwroot/cgi-bin/awstats.pl" -update -config=localho st.localdomain -configdir="/etc/awstats"' to update config localhost.localdomain Create/Update database for config "/etc/awstats/awstats.localhost.nf" by AWStats version 6.95 (build 1.943) From data in log file "/var/log/httpd/access_log"...Parsed lines in file: 9 Found 0 dropped records, Found 0 corrupted records, Found 0 old records, Found 9 new qualified records. newest log with data in it ../access_log.1 is dated for Feb 23. My users are only using HTTPS, don't know if it makes a difference.Direct access after last parsed record (after line 16838) Jumped lines in file: 16838 Found 16838 already parsed records.
Parsed lines in file: 9 Found 0 dropped records, Found 0 corrupted records, Found 0 old records, Found 9 new qualified records.
Your history data files are saved in the directory defined with the Dir Data parameter in your AWStats configuration file (awstats..conf). Otherwise the new default value "a" will be used (only the "Add to favorites" will be reported).