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Published on March 27th, 2011 | by NJ Ouchn


W3Perl Web Activity Analyzer v3.12 released

W3Perl is a tool to analyse your web activity. W3Perl can be easily configured.

Graphical and textual informations are used to have a better view of the ‘success’ of your WWW server among Internet users. I hope this package will help you to produce an ever better www server.

Here are some key features of “W3Perl”:

  • HTML output
  • Fast (work in incremental mode)
  • Truly incremental version (relationship between variables are stored)
  • Multi-language output (you could add yours easily)
  • Differents graphs and texts output
  • Compute hourly, daily, weekly and monthly output
  • Compute countries, hosts, pages, directories, domain… stats
  • Compute light or huge output
  • Server’s configuration file (use as many config files as the stats report you need)
  • Commands line options
  • Run on every server I’ve used (Apache, NCSA, CERN, IIS, Netscape…)
  • Works with common, extended common, new extended or IIS logfile format
  • No root access or cgi-bin access need. Could be run from your own directory
  • Can work with crunched logfiles or/and with monthly/daily logfiles
  • Can run each night in a crontab
  • Map URL to document’s title
  • Referer and agent statistics
  • Keywords referer stats from search engine
  • Error stats
  • Session stats
  • Scripts stats
  • Login stats for restricted directories
  • Statistics about your Web structure (tree, bad links…)
  • Work on every computer (Unix, NT, Mac and Acorn tested)
  • Work with most logfile format (you can add others easily)
  • Virtual server with NECLF or patched CLF or ECLF format
  • Remote administration interface
  • Lots of log filename string supported for daily or monthly logfiles
  • No telnet access need to use the package
  • Very accurate stats for each day
  • Real time stats
  • FTP and Squid logfiles support new

What’s New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]

  • Improved CUPS reports


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