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The awstats program is a versatile tool for generating web traffic reports. In this article we will review a simple awstats installation to track statistics for your cloud site.
Web log analysis
If you run a web site, you might...
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CGI/Perl scripts should always be uploaded in ASCII. While most FTP clients automatically upload files in the correct format, this function does not always guarantee the file was actually uploaded correctly. It is suggested to...
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If your CGI/Perl script is not working, please check the following:
1. Is CGI/Perl scripting enabled on your domain? How do I enable/disable CGI/Perl scripting on my site?
2. Did you save the file with ".cgi" or ".pl" extension?...
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PerlDigger is a script that returns information about the Perl environment on the servers. An example of the code is attached to this article and can also be found here.
Upload the script to the cgi-bin directory on your site and...
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CGI scripting is now enabled by default on all sites. The ability to enable/disable CGI scripting for sites has been removed.
You can verify CGI/Perl functionality through How can I test CGI/Perl functionality?
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The path to Perl is "#!/usr/bin/perl -w".
For additional information about how Perl is setup on our system, you can run a PerlDigger script. See How can I test CGI/Perl functionality? for additional information.
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Once logged in you will see your site's file structure similar to this:
/www.domain.com.com <----Your domain's root directory
----/web
--------/cgi-bin <----CGI and Perl files go here
------------/yourscript.cgi...
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