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Re: Visitors logger cgi script

by maa (Pilgrim)
on Dec 24, 2004 at 13:27 UTC ( [id://417308]=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Visitors logger cgi script

Isn't that what the server logs usually do? Can't you just use the raw stats or configure webalizer or something?

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Re^2: Visitors logger cgi script
by Anonymous Monk on Dec 24, 2004 at 13:44 UTC
    My ISP NOT do this, never. No any stats, no raw, no any.

      Hi... ok, no stats and no SSI and that script you posted was scary (imaging getting an email each time a web-bot spidered your site... eek

      SSI probably wouldn't work anyway because almost every site that offers these disables the <!--#exec directive.

      If your site offers a cgi-bin for your site you could go for a full perl-based site ala perlmonks or Your whole site would live under /cgi-bin/ and you'd probably have an entry page that used a <meta> tag to do an http-refresh with the correct URL (since I assume you don't get URL re-writing available via .htaccess either.

      I find it extremely unlikely that they'll let you have perl scripts in any directory under your upload dir (public_html or www or whatever)... maybe you should consider changing your ISP? There are lots of good ones which are pretty inexpensive.

      Good luck...

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