It’s years ago that I maintained the http://www.java-club.de site, many years ago. Unused potential, sure.
Server is running, I’m the only maintainer and administrator. Nobody else configure all the whole services hence I had and I have to dive deeply into the man pages and tutorials. Probably Postfix, Dovecot and RSPAMD was the hardest configuration tasks. It runs very smoothly.
Now I would like to analyze my web access log files. After all the long time, It’s interesting how many unique visitors read all the stuff. First, it’s interesting how the search engines can forget a website. It’s long time ago there was a lot of page impressions and visitors. Now, I can say search engines forget very well. Badly the spammer not. RSPAMD and all the other security stuff works so well. Thanks.
Back to the topic. Here is the link to the website https://goaccess.io.
root@www-wp:~ # whereis goaccess goaccess: /usr/ports/sysutils/goaccess root@www-wp:~ # cd /usr/ports/sysutils/goaccess root@www-wp:/usr/ports/sysutils/goaccess # make install clean
Go to the directory with the access file and call
root@www-wp:/somedirectory/www/someNiceDomain.de/log # goaccess access.log --log-format=COMBINED
The console output its really nice and helpful. It needs only one runtime library dependency. https://www.freshports.org/sysutils/goaccess/