[EP-tech] Re: Access table "missing entries"
Centro de Documentación
cendocu at gmail.com
Thu Mar 13 14:46:08 GMT 2014
Any clue or advice in this topic? It is very weird because I didn't
change loghandler.pm and awstats files.
I think the problem is in loghandler.pm, but it works ...
Should I do check anything to find a clue?
On Tue, Mar 11, 2014 at 2:13 PM, Centro de Documentación
<cendocu at gmail.com> wrote:
> I forgot something I didn't change any file of awstats. Look this chart
> Suddently access entries fall down and, as a consequence of that,
> irs_access_ too
> On Tue, Mar 11, 2014 at 1:37 PM, Centro de Documentación
> <cendocu at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I moved my eprints 3.3.10 installation and database -from one server
>> to another- from debian 6 (myql 5.0, perl 5.10) to debian 7. Of
>> course, I installed all the eprints dependencies
>> Everything seems to work fine until now, but looking into the access
>> table (eprints raw log data) I've detected less traffic since eprints
>> start to run in the new server. I had much more entries/day in the
>> access table running in the old server.
>> It's weird. I didn't change the Loghandler.pm file.
>> I don't know what happens.
>> On Tue, Mar 11, 2014 at 11:46 AM, Sebastien Francois
>> <sf2 at ecs.soton.ac.uk> wrote:
>>> What did you migrate from/to? Perhaps awstats (?) has been upgraded and
>>> its list of robots.
>>> On 11/03/14 14:40, Centro de Documentación wrote:
>>>> I think I'm missing entries in the access table after I moving EPrints
>>>> 3.3.10 from Debian 6 to 7. Before the migration, I had more o less
>>>> 1400-1600 entries a day, and now I have 500-700 entries. It's a big
>>>> Of course, my IRStats stats (irs_access_) fall down a lot.
>>>> I'm running debian 7, mysql 5.5, perl 5.14
>>>> Any clue?
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