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I second the recommendation of AWStats, which I prefer over webalizer.

It deserves mention that the stats available on the HTTP server are absolutely NOT accurate, and interpretation of them is very subjective. While these statistics packages can give you an indication of what's going on, it's a fuzzy indication at best. (Google Analytics is also quite fuzzy, so this caveat doesn't imply an endorsement of Google Analytics.)


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