W3Perl is an open source logfile analyzer for Web/FTP/Squid/Mail/DHCP and CUPS server.
W3Perl parse logfiles to produce HTML files. The package is designed to be run within a web server, but it can function independent although not all features are available.
An administration interface is available to manage the package.
W3Perl supports most major web logfile formats.
- Fast in operation.
- Compute light or huge output.
- Show time-structure stats.
- Compute countries, hosts, pages, directories, traffic, domain, scripts… stats.
- Commands line options.
- Map URL to document’s title.
- Referer, agent and error statistics.
- Keywords referer stats from search engine.
- Session stats.
- Extra stats specific to w3perl.
- Statistics about your Web structure.
- Accurate stats for each day.
- Parse WWW / FTP / Squid / CUPS / DHCP / SSH and Mail logfiles.
- Works with most logfile formats.
- Virtual server with NECLF or patched CLF or ECLF format.
- FTP, Mail and Squid logfiles support.
- Daily stats reports (PDF/HTML formats).
- No code to be inserted into the website.
- No dependencies other than Perl.
- Plugins for city / screensize / PDF…
- Web admin to manage remotely.
- Display stats from hours to years, hosts/pages to pages/hosts.
- Can produce detailed reports about visitor’s path.
- No root access or cgi-bin access needed.
- Works on most platforms.
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