like um stats are tied to the like, log files or something. So um I think like if you make tomcat have log files, maybe your stats thing will work more? I think that maybe tomcat can make logs too (just like apache! (even though it IS apache or something))!
like what you probably need to do is look at the webalizer and other stats program config files and maybe figure out where they're looking for the log things from the web server that is like, not running anymore, and like tell tomcat to, like, put the logs there or something.
Like here's some pseudo-command/code for the procedure:
prompt:\c WTF WHERE DO YOU WANT UR LOGS WEBALIZOR?!! >> TOMC AT COFNIG FILE!!!!
Obviously if your server is, like, not on windows, that won't work. On linux you'd, like, need to use a voodoo prompt and actually roll up log files and sharpen them and then stab the voodoo prompt in the tomcat with it, or something.
I'm not sure, i'm a mcseccnapro, so the linux thing is way beyond me or something. I could probably handle solaris or one of the other closed unixs since they, like, have ms-like documentation and procedures that any monkey who can read can follow.
Oh crap my dad came home and he's got a muffler in his hand.
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