Current Stable Version: 2.23-05
Current Pre-Release Version: none
The Webalizer can be obtained in either source or binary form.
The most current versions of The Webalizer can be obtained via
anonymous FTP, where
you will find:
The Complete source distribution
External Sources (may not be current)
Uses Webalizer and a SOAP collection server to process multiple sites
and provide database driven reports. Written/tested at CERN by
Released under the GPL.
- Autonomous System
Number ASN Extension for the Webalizer. Useful for high-traffic
sites and ISPs when they know from which networks the visitors are
coming from. For example they can plan future peerings or other things
based on this information.
What else you might need
Please note that the binary distributions may or may not work on your
particular system, depending on many factors. The recommended way to
get The Webalizer running on your system is to compile it from source.
In order to compile, you will also need:
How to get help
- Read the documentation! Usage and configuration information can
be found in the README file, which is about
as close to a user manual as there currently is. You can also
look at the sample configuration file
which provides additional information and configuration examples.
The DNS.README file provides information
on how to use the built in DNS lookup capability and gives some
tips on using the wcmgr "Webalizer (DNS) Cache file Manager"
program. Installation information and help can be found in the
- Check the Frequently
asked questions (with answers) page to see if your problem has
already been addressed. Most of the more common problems and
solutions can be found there.
- Check the
Webalizer Support Newsgroup at Yahoo! This is a
searchable forum that you can browse and, if a yahoo member, ask
questions which will be viewed by lots of other Webalizer users.
Note: Microsoft Internet Explorer 5
and higher appear to be broken when trying to follow the FTP links on this
page. Please use Netscape or a real FTP client to contact the ftp site
Last modified April 15, 2011 by B. Barrett