First, these reports have COLS commands, just like the time reports. (See the section on Time reports for how to use these commands.) In the non-time reports, one additional column is possible, namely D for date of last access. So, for example,
REQCOLS RDlists the number of requests for each file in the Request Report, and the time when that file was last requested. The full list of COLS commands for non-time reports is HOSTCOLS, DOMCOLS, REQCOLS, DIRCOLS, TYPECOLS, SIZECOLS, REDIRCOLS, FAILCOLS, REFCOLS, REFSITECOLS, REDIRREFCOLS, FAILREFCOLS, FULLBROWCOLS (Browser Report), BROWCOLS (Browser Summary), VHOSTCOLS, USERCOLS, FAILUSERCOLS and STATUSCOLS. Not every column is allowed in every report, but if you specify an illegal one, analog will warn you about it.
HOSTSORTBY ALPHABETICALwill sort the Host Report alphabetically. The other SORTBY commands are DOMSORTBY, REQSORTBY, DIRSORTBY, TYPESORTBY, REDIRSORTBY, FAILSORTBY, REFSORTBY, REFSITESORTBY, REDIRREFSORTBY, FAILREFSORTBY, FULLBROWSORTBY, BROWSORTBY, VHOSTSORTBY, USERSORTBY, FAILUSERSORTBY and STATUSSORTBY. Again, not every sort method is possible in every report, but you'll be warned if you choose an illegal one.
There is one known bug concerned with SORTBY ALPHABETICAL. The report is sorted before any OUTPUTALIAS is applied. This means that if an OUTPUTALIAS has been specified for the report, then the report will not be sorted correctly.
DOMFLOOR 1000r # all domains with at least 1000 requests DOMFLOOR 1000p # at least 1000 requests for pages DOMFLOOR 1000000b # at least 1,000,000 bytes transferred DOMFLOOR 1Mb # at least 1 megabyte DOMFLOOR 0.5%r # 0.5% of the requests (ditto %p and %b) DOMFLOOR 0.5:r # 0.5% of the maximum number of requests # for any domain (ditto :p and :b) DOMFLOOR 970701d # last access since 1st July 1997 DOMFLOOR -00-01-00d # last access in last month (see # doucumentation on FROM and TO commands) DOMFLOOR -100r # domains with top 100 number of requests # (ditto -100p, -100b, -100d)The other FLOOR commands are HOSTFLOOR, REQFLOOR, DIRFLOOR, TYPEFLOOR, REDIRFLOOR, FAILFLOOR, REFFLOOR, REFSITEFLOOR, REDIRREFFLOOR, FAILREFFLOOR, FULLBROWFLOOR, BROWFLOOR, VHOSTFLOOR, USERFLOOR, FAILUSERFLOOR, STATUSFLOOR. Once again, not every floor method is legal for every report, but you'll be warned if you try and choose an illegal one.
There's one other command which affects the links in the Request Report. The command BASEURL prepends an additional string to the URLs in the target of the link. For example, after the command
BASEURL http://www.statslab.cam.ac.uk/~sret1/ will be linked to http://www.statslab.cam.ac.uk/~sret1/, not just to /~sret1/. This is very useful if you want to display the statistics on a different server from the server they refer to.
In the next section, we'll look at commands for generating hierarchical reports, which are closely related to the commands in this section.
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