AWStats updates every 24 hours and also instantly when you click the Update now link.The statistics report gives details about the amount of people coming to your website and other information such as: Note: Statistics are not available on c Panel accounts with more than 100 domain entries, including subdomains, addon domains and parked domains.AWStats is an open-source Web analytics reporting tool that generates advanced web, streaming, FTP or mail server statistics graphically.This log analyser works as a CGI or from command line and shows you all the possible information your log contains in a few graphical web pages.
It supports most web server log file formats including Apache, IIS and many other web server log formats.
You can do this by running: Now you can access your AWStats by visiting the url “
config=” It will show you a results page like this: It is recommended to schedule a cron job to regularly update the AWStats database using newly created log entries, so the stats get updated on a regular basis. To do this you need to edit the “/etc/crontab” file: Save and close the file.
The AWStats Documentation (see FAQ-COM350 and FAQ-COM360) has some basic steps to fix the issue, outlined below: Again, depending on how you have Apache logs set up, this can be an intensive process.
Here’s how I have Apache set up, and the process I went through to get the missing days back into AWStats.