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    Question Stats for sub-domains?

    Hi all,

    I know this issue has been bothering some people for years now, including me, so I am wondering/hoping a new year will bring us a new solution... ;-)

    Is it possible by now in the raw Apache logs to see which hit applies to which sub-domain? Or is it now possible to get individual logs for individual sub-domains?
    Regards,
    Evert Meulie

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    Good to see you still tread the boards evert. I can't answer for sure but know setting up your own Awstats or sub.Awstats is just as, if not more difficult now. Have you looked through your raw stat files? There's no segregation with a standard Awstats install. You're a tech smart guy, setup your own Awstats and get that info in a click. A cronjob can update daily.
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    Hey Google Analytics is good alternative

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    I am lazy and just use Google Analytics on mine. I know it has some downsides, but it works for me.
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