__/ [ Borek ] on Tuesday 28 March 2006 12:14 \__
> On Tue, 28 Mar 2006 13:01:03 +0200, Roy Schestowitz
> <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> As a related matter, could anyone explain how to handle with the
>>> DYNAMIC IP
>>> that is provided by my ISP? The problem is that visits from my own
>>> are also counted by my current web stat, although I exclude my IP's
>>> . As it is changing, it leads to nowhere. Any clues?
>> I can't think of a tool that will achieve this, but if your IP addresses
>> reside on the same C/D block, e.g. 145.24.24.*, then you could quickly
>> the log the file and remove any lines that match the pattern in
>> question. I
>> am sure that a built-in GNU/Linux tool can achieve this, but it needs
> What browser do you use (you==Paul)? Are you able to modify user agent
> string? I think it can be done in FF and somehow in Opera, althought don't
> ask me about details - all I have seen is here
> Now, if you can - just add some "HJKLHJ" id string to user agent name and
> filter it out from logs before analyzing them.
Good idea, Borek. I am doing this in Firefox (don't ask!) and the extension
can be found _here_:
* Need to change user-agent string setup whenever Firefox is started (can put
a quick switcher in the toolbar though).
* Certain sites will deny access, notably banks
* Other sites will suffer from false statistics.
You could then:
,----[ Command ]
| grep "HJKLHJ" log_file >your_stats
I don't know to to negative this operation or 'subtract' one file from
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