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Getting Statistical Reports of your Web Site Traffic.

You are probably curious about the traffic that your web site attracts. More likely, your business depends on obtaining detailed information about your web site traffic, and adapting to that information. The Blue Reef Virtual Server system allows you to easily obtain all the statistical information you need to know about usage of your web site.

Virtual Web Server Log Files
Your Blue Reef Virtual Server logs all the traffic at your Web site to log files located on your server. Those log files are located in the /usr/local/etc/httpd/logs directory on your Virtual Server. There are two log files there:
Recorded in those files is the volume of activity at each page on your web site, the type of browser used to access each page, any errors that users may have experienced downloading pages from your site, and where users were referred from when they accessed pages at your site.

You can learn more about which programs you can use to analyze your log files, how to automatically schedule log analysis, and managing your logs in our Stats Server Add-ons section.

Setting log formats

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