Does InMotion Hosting support a domain-level installation of Awstats, allowing Awstats reporting independent of cPanel?

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Does InMotion Hosting support a domain-level installation of Awstats, allowing Awstats reporting independent of cPanel?

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JT S.
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Hello and thanks for asking. You shouldn't have any issues. However, I'd like to recommend you check out other web hosting analytics software such as Matomo.

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Thanks for the reply, JT. Within that installation is a config file: awstats.yourdomain.com.conf. SiteGround (present host) limits directives, notably LogFile, in that configuration making the Apache HTTP log file the default and only log file accessible Since I want all traffic in one report, my solution was to redirect HTTPS to HTTP, which is inferior to redirecting HTTP to HTTPS, the preferred alternative.

Does InMotion place limits on the awstats config file? Does InMotion place any limits on the .htaccess file?

You shouldn't have any issues with this. Please note that you may not be able to do this on Shared hosting. Therefore, you may need to look at accomplishing your goal(s) with the /home/USER/tmp/awstat/awstats.DOMAIN.conf file. I apologize for any inconvenience.
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Thanks for the reply, JT. Within that installation is a config file: awstats.yourdomain.com.conf. SiteGround (present host) limits directives, notably LogFile, in that configuration making the Apache HTTP log file the default and only log file accessible Since I want all traffic in one report, my solution was to redirect HTTPS to HTTP, which is inferior to redirecting HTTP to HTTPS, the preferred alternative.

Does InMotion place limits on the awstats config file? Does InMotion place any limits on the .htaccess file?

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JT S.
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Hello and thanks for asking. You shouldn't have any issues. However, I'd like to recommend you check out other web hosting analytics software such as Matomo.