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cubicweb integrated awstats frontend

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The awstats cube integrates statistics processed by awstats into cubicweb for visualisation and integration.

It uses awstats processed files (/var/lib/awstats/*) to import stats and visualize them. It has a simple html export of the processed data and a visualisation of the imported stats (by document and for a time period).

To establish a link with the entity you want to build stats for you need to create a relationship Hits “stats_about” X.

class missing_stats_about(RelationDefinition):
    name = 'stats_about'
    subject = 'Hits'
    object = ('BlogEntry', 'MicroBlogEntry')

When the link is established, importing the statistics is done using the update-webstats cubicweb-ctl command. For help on that command type

cubicweb-ctl update-webstats -h

The process running cubicweb and cubicweb-ctl needs to have read access to the configured location of the processed varnish files.



The directory where the processed awstats files are contained.


If awstats processes multiple domains, which domain to use for importing into cubicweb.


Awstats by default processes per month, but you can configure it to deal with day periods. (split by hours is not yet implemented)


or apt-get install awstats (for debian derived distributions)

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