GoAccess (A Real-Time Apache and Nginx) Web Server Log Analyzer

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Ravi Saive

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9 Responses

  1. Devakumar says:

    Hi,

    i’ve installed goaccess on my apache machines.. would it be possible to send notification/alert email from goaccess ? .. if not could you suggest me any product (freeware).

  2. Pierre says:

    Hello, I just start with Goaccess, is there a way to know pageviews per mouth?
    I can’t find info?

    merci

  3. anand vamsi says:

    Hi

    Is it possible to parse the logs from remote server ie. if i have apache server running in 192.168.1.2 and logs placed in /var/log/apache.log in the same server .is it possible to watch the stats from 192.168.1.3(where go access is installed)

    Please help me

    • Ravi Saive says:

      Anand, I never tried on the remote machine, but you should give a try, if it works for you then it definitely works others too and don’t forget to post your output here, if you’ve tried.

  4. Samson Mugo says:

    Yea, Version 0.6 fixed the F10 key binding issue. Great post Ravi, just what I needed. Very cool that it is real time.

  5. Lance says:

    This is works awesome on my nginx server. Version 0.6 just came out which fixed the F10 key in gnome term.

  6. James says:

    I had the same issue, however, I configured my log format/date in my: ~/.goaccessrc

    color_scheme 1
    date_format %d/%b/%Y
    log_format %h %^[%d:%^] %^ “%r” %s %b “%R” “%u”

  7. nobicycle says:

    Interesting, but the terminal I use captures F10, which prevents specifying the log format. Log format cannot be specified on the command line either.

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