CookieStats is a small perl script that scans the cookies_log generated by Apache and produces a list of accessed pages and unique cookies. This has the effect of screening out duplicate accesses by single browsers and gives a relatively hard lower limit on the number of people accessing a page. Not all browsers support cookies, so some people are missed. This error is, however, under 10%.
This is a small script that will log the visitors to your pages. You can use this one script to log several different pages in your domain. Log data includes browser info, referring page, IP address, time and date.
pwebstats will analyse a www server log in Common Log Format, including CERN proxy logs, or squid format, producing a variety of statistics. The output is a series of HTML pages and graphs. Features include: growth in requests over time, distribution of hosts accessing the server, distribution of accesses per hour through the day, aggregate accesses, per day/hour/minute, per host, bytes transferred changes since last summary period. Analysing a proxy server, pwebstats produces information for both the hosts accessing the server and those accessed by the server, statistics for individual pages or collections using powerful PERL pattern matching, and more. It requires a C program called fly to create the graphs.
This script is useful for keeping track of log files on your website without having to actually go to the site to check them. It is set up to run only once a day, between midnight and a time that you specify, and must be triggered by another script (like a counter or other cgi tracking script). Features include: Read a list of log files and send them to you over email, You can choose to receive one email, or each file mailed separately, The script can optionally back up each of the files to a single location of choice, The script can optionally reset each of the files (clearing them).
Watch dog is a simple logging system that logs useful information on your visitors such as IP address, host name, browser, time and date, etc. This script is called by an image tag, and hence you don't need SSI.
This script enables you to count multiple pages and makes up a full statistics of all your webpages. A complete overview of all your pages can be made with this script. It reports not only the page hits, but also such detail information as domain names the visitors came from, and what types of browsers they used. This script uses an IMG tag to log hits on your page and hence doesn't require SSI.