The script says this:
The full absolute path to your webserver log file i.e. /home/mydomain/etc/access_log
which is this path ? I see a log directory in the root, but into there are other subdirectory…which is the exact place ?
I believe it’s /home/username/logs/domain.com/http/access.log
Ok thanks…now i have another problem
the script try to update log files, but i receive this error:
Warning: file_get_contents(): URL file-access is disabled in the server configuration in
Dreamhost has disabled url fopen (wiki article: http://wiki.dreamhost.com/index.php/Allow_url_fopen) for security reasons, so unfortuately any scripts that rely on it won’t work as-is.
What are you installing?
logaholic, a traffic analyzer…and now ? i have paid for this script
Since you’ve paid for it, I’d try getting in touch with the folks who put out the software to see if they can get it to work for you given this limitation.
The only other way to get around it is to compile your own version of PHP with url fopen enabled. That’s way over my head, though, so I can’t give any advice on that (but there’s a wiki article on that, too: http://wiki.dreamhost.com/index.php/Installing_PHP5 )
The statement can be switched around to use curl instead. contact the author(s) and request they update teh script so it will work. A lot of shared hositng servers are doing this now, so it really shouldn’t be too much to ask.
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