in our experience it is a MUCH better product that scales a hell of a lot
with webtrends we had problems where after the first 50 or so sites it got
terribly slow and unreliable.
we currently track over 200 sites with mediahouse's stats server and once
you have set it up you simply forget about it. it just runs and runs with
about the only drawback to this program is that it only access' the logs
via drive mappings rather than ftp etc.
At 09:38 AM 2/18/99 -0500, you wrote:
>This may really be a no brainer but...
>We want to setup a machine to handle reporting for all our clients
>(web logs, etc using WebTrends). Our questions is this: we are
>unsure of the best way to have WebTrends access the logs. Do
>we map a drive to the appropriate machine where the logs reside,
>replicate the logs to the reporting machine (WebTrends box), log
>directly to the reporting machine (this doesn't seem good but it is
>an option), or is there a better way we just aren't thinking about.
>Obviously we want to keep network traffic to min (but realize there
>will be traffic in any solution) and we do not require the log to be
>"up-to-the-minute" with information, that would be nice tho.
>Thanks for you input...
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