The different httpd servers produces binary log files cataloging
access, usage, etc. The following programs and scripts analyze
and give readable usage statistics based on these logs (most in
the form of html documents). For additions and suggestions to this
list mail firstname.lastname@example.org (please refer
to the document you are commenting on).
-- Getstats is a C language program that "...takes the log
file from your CERN, NCSA, Plexus, GN, MacHTTP, or UNIX Gopher
server and spits back all sorts of statistics". The above
link gives an HTML review of the package and shows you how
to get your own copy.
-- WWWstat is a nice Perl script program that can
analyse any log file in the standard log file format.
-- Wusage ".... maintains usage statistics for
a WWW server... ",
and works with both NCSA and CERN httpd servers. It can
deliver html documents showing this content, but requires
the package pbmplus, source code and
executables, to embed plots of usage in the documents
Yahoo List of Log Tools --
Yahoo maintains a long list of log analysis tools. Have a look here for a
more extensive list.