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Beginner's Guide

A logfile of all traffic to your website for today can be obtained from your Control Panel.

This logfile is in extended NCSA format. This means the logfile has the browser type and the referring page in addition to the normal fields an Apache logfile has. Every 30 minutes the latest accesses to your website are appended to your logfile. The logfile for today is located at /logs/access_log.

Every day your logfile is appended to another file named /logs/access_log_MM_YY.gz. Where MM is the month it was for and YY is the year it was for. This file is stored in Gzip compressed format to save disk space. You can use a program like Winzip to uncompress these files after you FTP them from your /logs directory.

These compressed logfiles do count against your disk space quota so please download then and delete them. If you want to see your Analog reports for the current month you should leave your current month's logfile in your /logs folder at least until the end of the month. If you do not want to save your logfiles you can go to the Control Panel->Detailed Account Info and turn off your website access logging to save disk space.

We automatically have Analog (a website traffic analyzing tool) analyze your web server logfiles on a daily basis. This report can be accessed through your Control Panel. You can also download these files from your /logs folder via FTP.