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Web server log analysis program

The Webalizer is a Web server log analysis program. It is designed to scan web server log files in various formats and produce usage statistics in HTML format for viewing through a browser. It supports wu-ftpd xferlog-formatted logs.* It supports standard Common Logfile Format server logs, as well as several variations of the Combined Logfile Format, so it can generate statistics for referring sites and browser types. The program currently supports 36 languages.


User FAQ available in HTML format from http://www.mrunix.net/webalizer/faq.html; Install guide available in HTML format from http://www.geocities.com/danilody/webalizer/unixlinux.html



version 2.23-08 (stable)
released on 26 August 2013


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LicenseVerified byVerified onNotes
License:GPLv2Janet Casey25 January 2002

Leaders and contributors

See for a complete list Contributor
Bradford Barrett Maintainer

Resources and communication

AudienceResource typeURI
Debian (Ref)https://tracker.debian.org/pkg/webalizer
Bug Tracking,Developer,SupportE-mailmailto:brad@mrunix.net

Software prerequisites

Weak prerequisiteBerkeley BD library (compiled for V1.85 compatability; only needed for DNS support)
Required to buildGD graphics library 1.7.3 or later; zlib; PNG library

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 28 February 2018.


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