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Front Page Server Extension

Enable | Disable Admin | Domain Names | 

AWStats Integration

Update Mode | Working Directory | AWStats URI | Site Domain | Site Aliases | Update Interval | Update Offset | Secured Connection | Authorization Realm | 

EnableGo to top
Description: Specifies whether to enable Microsoft FrontPage Server Extensions. When enabled, Microsoft FrontPage can be used to publish web content. A web administration console is available at URL http://your.domain/_vti_bin/_vti_adm/fpadmcgi.exe.

Additional FrontPage Server Extensions packages must be installed in order to make this work properly.
Syntax: Select from radio box
See Also: Disable Admin, Domain Names
Disable AdminGo to top
Description: Specifies whether to disable the web administration console for Microsoft FrontPage Server Extensions. The web administration console is available at URL
http://your.domain/_vti_bin/_vti_adm/fpadmcgi.exe.
Additional FrontPage Server Extensions packages must be installed in order to make it work properly.
Syntax: Select from radio box
Tips: [Security] Disable the administration console when you no longer need to manage users or change configurations.
See Also: Enable, Domain Names
Domain NamesGo to top
Description: Specifies the virtual servers that provide Front Page Server Extensions service. When a web site is assigned to multiple domain names or service ports, FrontPage access is only available to the domain name and port combinations specified in this list.

Additional FrontPage Server Extensions packages must be installed in order to make it work properly.
Syntax: Domain_name:port[, ...] The virtual server name is comprised of domain name and port number.
Example: For a web site with domain name "www.mydomain.com" accessible via both HTTP and HTTPS connections, the name list should be something like:
www.mydomain.com:80, www.mydomain.com:443
See Also: Disable Admin, Enable
AWStats IntegrationGo to top
Description: AWStats is a popular log analyzer that generates advanced web server statistics. LiteSpeed web server seamlessly integrates AWStats into its WebAdmin console.
Update ModeGo to top
Description: Specifies how AWStats statistics are being updated:
  • Disabled: AWStats is disabled. Statistics will not be updated.
  • Static: Static HTML pages will be created after the statistics have been updated.
  • Dynamic: The statistics will be updated, but static pages will not be created. HTML pages will be generated dynamically by the CGI script awstats.pl.
Syntax: Select from drop down list
Working DirectoryGo to top
Description: Specifies the "DataDir" parameter in the AWStats configuration file. All results files and AWStats databases will be stored there. This directory should be writable by the owner of the document root of this virtual host. Usually the working directory should be set to under the virtual host root like $VH_ROOT/awstats/.
Syntax: A path which can be absolute, or relative to $SERVER_ROOT, or relative to $VH_ROOT.
AWStats URIGo to top
Description: Specifies the URI where the AWStats results can be accessed in this virtual host.
Syntax: uri
Example: If this URI is set to /awstats/ for the virtual host www.example.com, then the full URL to the AWStats page would be http://www.example.com/awstats/.
Tips: The URI should be unique on this virtual host. Otherwise, overlapped content will be inaccessible.
Site DomainGo to top
Description: Specifies the main domain name of this web site. It controls the "SiteDomain" parameter in AWStats's configuration file. It is used by Awstats to generate full URL paths. If not set, the name of this virtual host will be used.
Syntax: domain name
Site AliasesGo to top
Description: Specifies all other possible domain names, IP addresses, and host aliases that this virtual host can be accessed with. This value is used to populate the "SiteAliases" parameter in AWStats configuration. It is used to analyze the referrer field in log files and to help AWStats to decide if a referrer URL is a local or external URL. For best performance, use the the minimum number of possible name/address combinations.
Syntax: A list of domain names and IP addresses.
Example: www.myserver.com localhost 127.0.0.1 REGEX[mydomain\.(net|org)$]
Update IntervalGo to top
Description: Specifies how often AWstats statistics are updated. Options are daily or hourly.
Syntax: Select from drop down list
Update OffsetGo to top
Description: Specifies when the update should be performed during the Update Interval.
Syntax: Number of seconds.
Example: Set this to 3600 to start statistic processing at 1AM for "Daily" update.
Tips: If many virtual hosts are hosted on one server, it is recommended to spread out the "Update Offset" to avoid multiple AWstats processes running at the same time and server overload. Log processing is a CPU and I/O intensive task.
Secured ConnectionGo to top
Description: Specifies whether HTTPS is used to access AWstats statistics.
Syntax: Select from radio box
Authorization RealmGo to top
Description: Specifies an authorization realm for the statistical results. When specified, only authorized users can view the results.
Syntax: Select from drop down list

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