First, you need to be able to control what gets listed in the reports. For this you need to use the SUB family of commands. So, for example, the command SUBDIR /~sret1/* would ensure that the Directory Report would not only contain an entry for the sum of my files, but also one for each of my subdirectories, something like this:
29,111: /~sret1/ 10,234: /~sret1/analog/ 5,179: /~sret1/backgammon/ 11,908: /~steve/You can have more than one * in the command. For example
SUBDOMAIN *.*would list the whole Domain Report two levels deep.
If you specify a SUB command, all the intermediate levels are included automatically. So, for example, after
SUBDOMAIN statslab.cam.ac.ukcam.ac.uk and ac.uk will be included in the Domain Report too, and after *.*.ac.uk, *.ac.uk will be included.
Here are examples of the other four SUB commands:
SUBTYPE *.gz # in the File Type Report SUBBROW */* # e.g. Mozilla/4 in the Browser Summary SUBBROW Mozilla/*.* # add minor version numbers for Mozilla REFDIR http://search.yahoo.com/* # Referring Site Report SUBORG *.aol.com # Organisation Report SUBORG *.*.com # Break down all .com's
The SUBDOMAIN report (but none of the others) can included a second argument describing the subdomain. For example
SUBDOMAIN cam.ac.uk 'University of Cambridge'Then that subdomain will be listed with its translation in the Domain Report. You can also have numerical subdomains: e.g.,
SUBDOMAIN 131.111 'University of Cambridge'If you sort the subdomains alphabetically, the numerical ones will also be sorted alphabetically, not numerically. I don't think this will cause any problems.
One other use for the SUBDIR command is if you have used the second argument to the LOGFILE command. Suppose you have translated files like /index.html into http://www.mycompany.com/index.html. Then the command
SUBDIR http://*/*would be appropriate to make the directory report look right.
A sub-item is listed in a hierarchical report only if it is above the sub-FLOOR, and it is included with a SUB command, and it is not excluded because of an INCLUDE or EXCLUDE command, and its immediate parent is listed. For example, specifying
SUBDIR /*/*/ SUBDIRFLOOR -3r SUBDIRSORTBY REQUESTSwould list the three subdirectories with most requests under each directory. SUBDIRFLOOR 1:r would have listed any subdirectory with at least 1% of the maximum number of requests of any top level directory.
The three file reports (Request Report, Redirection Report and Failure Report) and the three referrer reports (Referrer Report, Redirected Referrer Report and Failed Referrer Report) are not fully hierarchical, but they do list search arguments together under the file to which they refer (provided that the arguments have been read in: see the ARGSINCLUDE command). So they have similar sub-FLOOR and sub-SORTBY commands, namely REQARGSFLOOR, REDIRARGSFLOOR, FAILARGSFLOOR, REFARGSFLOOR, REDIRREFARGSFLOOR and FAILREFARGSFLOOR; and REQARGSSORTBY, REDIRARGSSORTBY, FAILARGSSORTBY, REFARGSSORTBY, REDIRREFARGSSORTBY and FAILREFARGSSORTBY. The same applies to the Operating System Report with its subdivisions of operating systems: it has SUBOSFLOOR and SUBOSSORTBY.
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