After looking this problem over some more, it seems it just ignores
changes, I removed the webalizer.current file, re-ran webalizer and it
got todays stats, but when I put back my original webalizer.current file
an re-ran webalizer again it doesn't change anything, instead it ignores
129 records. I removed the html file thinking it may have just not
generated the new page, but it doesn't generate any new page either.
The main question here is there any way to force webalizer to read the
records, why are they being ignored?
Cameron Moore wrote:
* firstname.lastname@example.org [2001.10.08 13:44]:
I am using Debian Stable with Webalizer V1.30-04 (Linux 2.2.12) English.
I have several websites running on my server using Apache/1.3.9 (Unix),
each site with its own config file. I have a cron to run: webalizer -c
<config file> each half hour. On October 4th one of my sites got about
20,000 hits and now from the 5th on does not record any records. No
daily stats, nothing. Apache is still recording the transfer logs, and
I manually executed webalizer with the config files, and it runs through
the correctly, but does not generate any NEW stats, nothing past the 4th.
I'm seeing the exact same problem (same version of webalizer but newer
apache). Nothing was changed on the box -- it just stopped working.
Plenty of resources (disk, memory, etc). Seems like a webalizer bug.
First one to figure out the problem speak up. :-)