RE: access.log Analysis

From: Nik Oxley <>
Date: Tue, 7 Apr 1998 10:22:25 +0100


The message I'm getting from the "" script is:

        bash: /usr/bin/ No such file or directory

The command line I'm using us: < access.log > stats.txt

and I've got the perl scripts in /usr/bin as is perl it self. I've also
amended the first line of the script to read #!/usr/bin/perl, is this



Nik Oxley -
IT Administrator, I Holland Limited -
	-----Original Message-----
	From:	Milt Webb, IQ Software []
	Sent:	03 April 1998 17:39
	To:	Nik Oxley
	Subject:	Re: access.log Analysis
	On Fri, 3 Apr 1998, Nik Oxley wrote:
	> Can anyone give me the rundown on how to configure any of the
	> scripts and indeed Perl into self in order to get something
out of the
	> access.log. What I'm really after is what URLs have been
access and at
	> what time etc. in an easy to read format, as oppose to sifting
	> the log in it's native format or turning on emulate_httpd_log!
	What messages, errors are you getting? A common problem with
perl scripts
	you download is where your perl executable is located. In the
first line
	of the scipt you'll see something lile
	If your perl is installed somewhere else you have to change this
	before it'll execute properly.
	"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the
things you didn't
	do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail
away from the
	safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore.
Dream. Discover."
	-Mark Twain-
	     milt webb - iq software corporation - 3295 river exchange
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Received on Tue Apr 07 1998 - 02:58:12 MDT

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