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Old 10-31-2006, 02:12 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by annc View Post
If only. All I get is the reports to look at. No control whatever. If you have a GoDaddy account, you'll have some idea of what I am allowed to see.
You'll need raw logs anyway to be able to do analysis. If you don't have access to those either, the question of which program to use is practically moot. If you do have access to raw logs, just download them and run Analog on your local computer - with any configuration you like.

Originally Posted by annc
I suppose my complaint isn't against Analog, which I've used off and on since 2000 – rather the very limited access to pre-digested reports that are all I have available to me at the moment.
Apparently not - but if you can't get raw logs, then other programs than Analog aren't going to help either. Setting up Analog to get the numbers you need isn't hard - it takes time though - and a single (not too small) log file to develop your configurations against.

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