[ZWeb] FYI: Readying the "Zope Download Center"

Sidnei da Silva sidnei@x3ng.com
Sun, 12 Jan 2003 18:39:43 -0200

On Sun, Jan 12, 2003 at 08:17:27PM +0100, Paul Everitt wrote:
| If you can specify how expressions get matched and logged, that would 
| be pretty sweet.  Downside: www.zope.org doesn't currently use a RDBMS, 
| nor will nzo (as far as I know).

There are no mentions of RDBMS in the NZO project.

| We could get real-time data with a proven piece of software that we 
| don't have to maintain.  Cool!
| Downside number two: I'm not sure if NZO is using Apache or Squid, or 
| both.  Hopefully not "neither". :^)

Squid will be used. Hopefully with the edge-side cache patches
announced included. Setting it up its not my task though.

| >this is totally customizable in webalizer.conf...
| Yep.  The challenge, though, is that you don't really know how many 
| items to keep.  For instance, if you keep the top 100 URL instead of 
| the top 20, can you really be certain that Zope 
| 2.1.2-z80-cpm-i-am-kidding.tgz wasn't download number 101?

Better do a plain grep -c Zope-2.1.2-ppc-im-not-kidding.tgz then :)

| Is there a way to address this?  My knowledge of webalizer stopped at 
| the free version from two years ago.

There was a non-free one? Wow.

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