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    Website stats software

    I am looking for some software that will track some statistics for a website, the information I am looking to collect is how often the site is hit, who is looking at it, what pages do they view, and to also rotate the access logs.

    Does anyone know of any software that might be able to help me out?

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    May 2005
    SA, TX
    did a quick google search and found this:
    dunno if itll do u any good...
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    awstats is about as good as you can get. It's really awesome and works really great.

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    Fort Wayne, IN
    I concur, awstats is a great piece of software. I tried to work with some others like webalizer (and a few others I can't remember) and ended up coming back to this. It is simple and easy to use.

    You don't need a database (i.e. mySQL) or PHP as it is all done in perl, IIRC. It should have all the stats you need!
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