The Webalizer is a fast, free web server log file analysis
program. It produces highly detailed, easily configurable usage reports
in HTML format, for viewing with a standard web browser.
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- Is written in C to be extremely fast and highly portable.
On my 1.6Ghz laptop, it can process close to 70,000 records
per second, which means a log file with roughly 2 million
hits can be analyzed in about 30 seconds.
- Handles standard
logfile format (CLF) server logs, several variations of the NCSA
logfile format, wu-ftpd/proftpd
xferlog (FTP) format logs,
Squid proxy server native format, and
W3C Extended log
formats. In addition, gzip (.gz) and bzip2 (.bz2) compressed logs
may be used directly without the need for uncompressing.
- Generated reports can be configured
from the command line, or more commonly, by the use of one or more
files. Detailed information on configuration options can be found
in the README
file, supplied with all distributions.
- Supports multiple languages. Currently, Albanian, Arabic, Catalan,
Chinese (traditional and simplified), Croatian, Czech,
Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, Galician, German,
Greek, Hungarian, Icelandic, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean,
Latvian, Lithuanian, Malay, Norwegian, Polish,
Portuguese (Portugal and Brazil), Romanian, Russian,
Serbian, Slovak, Slovene, Spanish, Swedish,
Thai, Turkish and Ukrainian are available.
- Unlimited log file sizes and partial logs are supported, allowing logs
to be rotated as often as needed, and eliminating the need to keep
huge monthly files on the system.
- Fully supports IPv4 and IPv6 addresses. Includes built-in distributed
DNS lookup capability and native Geolocation services.
- Distributed under the
GNU General Public License, complete source code is
available, as well as binary distributions for some of the more popular
platforms. Please read the
Copyright notices for additional information.