This script watches your server logs for search engine activity. It will show you how many hits you got from search engines andwhich search engines have visited your site. An invaluable tool to find out whether you have been spidered and by who you've been spidered.
AWStats (Advanced Web Statistics) is a free tool that generates advanced graphical web statistics. This server logfile analyzer works as a CGI or from command line. It uses a partial information file to be able to process large log files, often and quickly and can analyze all wbe/proxy/wap servers log files (Apache, IIS, Squid, Webstar). Features: Number of visits, and Unique visitos, Most often viewed pages, Domains/countries of hosts visitors, Rush hours, Browsers used, OS used, VISITS OF ROBOTS, Search engines and Keywords used to find your site, HTTP errors, Supports several languages, and more.
Simple Perl script for logging the page hits and file downloads. The HitsLog produce the standard common or combined log files, which can be processed by any modern log analyzer. The HitsLog uses the classical way for embedding into web page - by using the SSI "include" directive, by remaining, thus, completely invisible for visitor. For logging the file downloads, is used also classical way - relocating by script. Main difference from other logging scripts is possibility to log also sizes of pages and files.
AXS logs visits to your website in real time. It provides up-to-the-minute graphs on visitor usage of specific types of browsers, general classes of web browsers, and operating systems. Shows most popular local files; frequency of links used to exit your site; most common links leading to your site, including search engine links showing search terms and ranking. In addition to graphs, it shows a request-by-request log of all visits, grouped by time or by visitor.
This free perl script allows you to view your web server's accesslog. access_logs, contain information about hits on your web site such as user's IP, country, date, time and path travelled. All you need is a cgi-bin and the path to any log file on your server. Tested on files as large as 500 megabytes, select a group of lines, view with or without word wrap, characters decoded fro easy reading.