I havent gotten any announcements either about the URL not working either.
In my ~/logs directory there is a subdirectory named ‘resources’, user-owned by me and group-owned by ‘root’ and permissions set to 700. Strangely enough, there is a symbolic link in this directory that points to the very same directory.
In the ~/logs/domain/service_id/html directory, where the statistics web pages are kept, is a symbolic link named ‘resources’ which links to the ~/logs/resources directory mentioned above. Since they have aliased ‘/stats’ to the ‘html’ directory, one would expect the web server to access the usage reports at the URI ‘/stats/resources/’
I am getting the 403 Forbidden error using the URL they said to use because of the 700 permissions set on the ~/logs/resources directory. Since I am the owner, I can change the permissions to grant public/world read and execute permission.
Since there is no directory index page, all I get is the generated directory listing like so:
Parent Directory 08-Jul-2005 07:48 -
resources/ 09-Jul-2005 07:48 -
sa.analysis.pl 28-Jun-2005 22:06 2k
user.sa.analyzed.0 09-Jul-2005 07:48 3k
user.sa.analyzed.1 08-Jul-2005 07:48 3k
user.sa.itemized.0 09-Jul-2005 07:48 41k
user.sa.itemized.1 08-Jul-2005 07:48 48kSo, permissions on the ~/logs/resources directory are wrong and there is no fancy HTML generated.
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