How do I disable Webalizer?
Webalizer is a program which analyzes and generates statistics and reports about your webserver’s logs. It can be massively useful or it can be massively problematic. Very large log files can cause problems, and webalizer itself can cause problems even when not configured to process any log files.
Because of this it’s often necessary to disable it from running, as it can cause your server to hang.
1) Uninstall – Webalizer is a package which you can view in Webmin. Login to Webmin and click System > Software Packages and search for “webalizer”. You can uninstall webalizer completely from here.
2) Disable Cron – If you just want to disable it from running without uninstalling it, remove the cron entry under /etc/cron.daily – it may be called “00webalizer”.
Answer: We currently do not know of a way to do this. You may be asking this for a few different reasons, but whatever the reason, the answer is always “it’s not important”, so just don’t worry about it.
- If you are worried about accidentally making false impressions, don’t worry – Google AdSense is very good at tracking you and not actually giving you credit for those impressions.
- If you are trying to get valuable statistics without yourself or your staff’s traffic interfering with those reports, whether it be # of impressions through AdSense or more detailed statistics within Analytics, we recommend not to worry about it. If you are getting so little traffic that your own traffic actually affects your statistics, then you just need more traffic. Try some SEO.
- The crappiest reason is if you are trying to make false impressions for the purpose of profit, stop being dumb! Not only will Google identify you and ban you immediately, but you’ll probably be blacklisted from Google forever.
Remember, there is a reason Google does things the way it does, and it usually makes sense, so don’t question it. Labels in GMail may be an exception to that rule.