There were previous mails regarding ; I pasted below the headers of one message (you can access all of them in the Archive collection: http://puka.cs.waikato.ac.nz/cgi-bin/library?a=p&p=about&c=gsarch) below this mail.
Hope this helps.
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Re: [greenstone-users] Logging user activity
>From Katherine Don
Date Mon, 11 Jul 2005 08:52:02 +1200
Subject Re: [greenstone-users] Logging user activity
We have done analysis like this on our niupepa (Maori newspaper)
collection. We use the standard Greenstone usage.txt file, and do the
session analysis using Perl scripts.
De : greenstone-users-bounces64;list.scms.waikato.ac.nz [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] De la part de Katherine Don
Envoyé : mercredi 6 septembre 2006 0:54
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Cc : firstname.lastname@example.org
Objet : Re: [greenstone-users] statistics and greenstone queries
An alternative to looking at apache logs is to use greenstone's logging.
You can turn logging on in greenstone by setting logcgiargs to true in etc/main.cfg.
Then you get a line for each request of the library, recording all the cgi args. simple perl scripts can then be used to extract the kind of information you are after.
Anson Parker wrote:
> Hi All,
> Things are going VERY well. We uploaded 2000 documents this morning,
> and 2000 more on the way for the end of this week. One of the
> researchers then asked if it would be possible to retrieve basic stats > on what users were querying of the database, and which documents were
> being reviewed most often. Apache would see some of this I figure, so > I'm getting webalizer on it - has anyone else tested this out or have any ideas?
> Thank you all again so much - we're looking forward to getting our
> name on the list of libraries using Greenstone :)
> Rock on,
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