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The latest version is http-analyze 2.4pl4 (statically linked with GDlib 2.0.33, PNGlib 1.2.8 and zlib 1.2.3).
HTTP-ANALYZE for Unix systems
The Unix distributions of http-analyze include full language support in English, German, French, Russian*), Italian and Brazilian (Portugese) language.
*) The Russian message catalog is included in the official distribution since patchlevel 3. Message catalogs are also available for registered customers through our Commercial Support Site.
To install http-analyze download the appropriate package for your
platform as listed below.
Please help to save bandwidth and download only the package which you actually need.
We offer installable packages currently only for GNU/Linux, SGI IRIX and Solaris 2.6.
The TAR archives for Solaris 2.5 and AIX 4.2 each contain a binary, which can
be installed by running an installation script included in the distribution.
For other platforms please use the source distribution to generate a binary.
After downloading the package, login to root and install the software according to the scheme of your installer.
On IRIX systems clicking on "Install" will automatically launch swmgr. Alternatively you can download the TARDIST archive, unpack the files in some directory with tar and manually start swmgr (or inst on non-graphic systems):
# mkdir http-analyze # cd http-analyze # tar xof ../http-analyze2.4-mips-irix.tar # swmgr -f .If swmgr comes up, press Start to start the automatic installation.
On Linux systems use rpm:
# rpm -i ftp://ftp.rent-a-guru.de/private/http-analyze-2.4-1suse100.i586.rpmor after downloading the RPM package:# rpm -i http-analyze-2.4-1suse100.i586.rpm
For the plain TAR archives, use the command:
gzip -d <http-analyze2.4-platform.tar.gz | tar xvof -or with GNU tar:tar xvzf http-analyze2.4-platform.tar.gz
to unpack the files, where platform is the operating system type. For instructions how to test-run and set up the software see the instructions in the file INSTALL (also available online).
HTTP-ANALYZE for Windows
For Windows 95/98/NT please use the Windows port of http-analyze 2.4 by Andre Schild. Note that this is a Win32 console application.
Download the zip'ed archive and extract the files somewhere. Click on setup.exe to install the analyzer. To set up an analyzer configuration and create a statistics report, see the documentation of the Unix version. Open a DOS console window, change into the directory where you installed http-analyze and type the commands shown in the Examples section of the manual. Except for the slashes ('/') in filenames, which must be backslashes ('\') on Windows systems, there are no differences in basic usage between the Windows and the Unix versions.
HTTP-ANALYZE source code
The source distribution of http-analyze is also available for platforms not listed above. Please do not download the source distribution unless you really want to re-compile http-analyze for yourself for whatever reasons.
As usual, the distribution comes in gzip'ed Unix TAR format. Unpack the files, apply the latest patches, define the platform to compile for and run make. See the accompanying documentation for more information on how to define the compilation environment and to test and install the executable.
To successfully compile http-analyze from the sources, you need also the GD Graphics Library, the PNG library and the zlib library. Please download the latest versions of the required libraries from their official sites.
Register your copy
In the evaluation copy of
http-analyze available at our FTP archive, an "unregistered
version" button appears in the statistics report. To replace this
button with a Netstore logo, you have to register
your copy of the analyzer. Registration of the software is necessary
even for the free (»personal«) version to ensure that you did took
notice of the license terms under which the software is made available to you.
You can use the following buttons (PNG format, 114x42 pixels) on your homepage to inform your users that you generate statistics of your server with http-analyze. Save them using the Save Image As ... function of your browser. The buttons are also included in the distribution, see the subdirectory files.
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