This is the command webdruid that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
webdruid - A web site log file analysis tool.
webdruid [ option ... ] [ log-file1 ] [ log-file2 ] ...
webdruid-resolve [ option ... ] [ log-file1 ] [ log-file2 ] ...
The WebDruid is a web site log file analysis program which produces usage statistics in
HTML format for viewing with a browser. The results are presented in both columnar and
graphical format, which facilitates interpretation. Yearly, monthly, daily and hourly
usage statistics are presented, along with the ability to display usage by site, URL,
referrer, user agent (browser), username, search strings, entry/exit pages, and country
(some information may not be available if not present in the log file being processed).
The WebDruid supports CLF (common log format) log files, as well as Combined log formats
as defined by NCSA and others, and variations of these which it attempts to handle
intelligently. In addition, the WebDruid also supports W3C formatted log files, allowing
it to parse IIS log files. Logs may also be compressed, via gzip. If a compressed log
file is detected, it will be automatically uncompressed while it is read. Compressed logs
must have the standard gzip extension of .gz.
The WebDruid, when used with the graphviz tools, can produce path graphs and users flow
graphs. Path graph allows you to see the preferred path your users take when browsing on
your web site. Users flow will draw lines between the urls, each line being balanced by
the number of hits. For more information see 'Using path & users flox graphs' in the
webdruid-resolve is normally just a symbolic link to webdruid. When run as webdruid-
resolve, only DNS file creation/updates are performed, and the program will exit once
complete. All normal options and configuration directives are available, however many
will not be used.
The WebDruid main documentation is located in the README file. It contains instructions
on operating with the software, as well as a reference for all the
/etc/webdruid/webdruid.conf config file directives, and command line options.
Use webdruid online using onworks.net services