Plesk stats not updating linux
Additionally, you may want to try running webalizer on a site manually to see what it comes up with.Although the ’statistics’ program calls webalizer 6 times for each domain (once to populate the DNS cache and once to create the actual statistics for each of the services – http, https and ftp), the example below is all you need to do to run it for the http log.BTW, the reason ’statistics’ crashes is because it attemts to append the ‘access_log’ to the ‘access_log.processed’ file.So, if your situation is such that the sum of these two files for any one domain exceeds 2 Gig (which could be the case given the numbers you indicated), then it could still be the root of the problem.S Jun30 /usr/local/psa/admin/bin/statistics_collectorroot 29694 0.0 0.0 88416 2092 ?S Jun30 /usr/local/psa/admin/bin/statistics_collectorroot 4302 0.0 0.0 88416 2092 ?/usr/bin/webalizer This is what will happen when statistics calls it.Now run trigger the statistics program and see what you get: /usr/local/psa/admin/sbin/statistics So, this concludes the chapter on how to disable webalizer on a server without disabling the ’statistics’ program.
Even if you try running the Plesk utility statistics manually, the missing statistics are not included.statistics]# /usr/bin/webalizer -F clf -p -c ../conf/-n -o ./webstat -D /usr/local/psa/var/lib/webalizer/webalizer.cache -N 50 logs/access_log.processed. If after some investigations it is required to generate statistic from a particular date use #213901965 article. The line SHOULD be: 07 4 * * * /usr/local/psa/admin/sbin/statistics &1 That may not be the only way this was disabled, but it’s a likely way. COM To update stats for all the domains on that server use /usr/local/plesk/webstats If you face any problem or get an error like below: Error: Unable to restore run data (99) Then take the following steps to resolve this problem: 1. but this will fix it than update stats as i shown you before and you should not get any error even this does not works, I mean to say, if the webstat stops itself, then check the following Check the root user’s crontab (crontab -l when logged in as root) and see if statistics is enabled, or even present.
The behavior was considered as internal software issues #PPA-2116 and #PPA-2123. In order to fix the issue please install update 11 as described in the article.