Matt Fair wrote:
> 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.
Maybe this helps?
> -- Notice --
> Older versions of the Webalizer (Ver 1.30 thru 2.00-12) generated timestamps
> in a fashion that, on most platforms, would overflow on October 5, 2001. The
> result is that statistics are generated up until midnight of October 4th, but
> not after. This problem does not exist in the current release (V2.01) of
> the Webalizer, which has been available for over a year now. If you cannot
> upgrade or wish to continue using the older version, there is a patch on our
> ftp site that will extend the usable date range for three more years,
> will prevent logs before 1993 from being processed. It can be found at:
It's time to close the windows.