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    I am looking for a good stats package but have some specific needs. None of the stats packages I have looked at will work for me. I would appreciate anyones input on this.

    Stats package requirements

    1) Run on linux / mysql platform (can even have a dedicated machine)
    2) Stats must NOT be based on a log file, it needs to gather data from Javascripts on each page like some of the free counters
    3) Able to track many domains
    4) No monthly fees / or per domain fees, prefer to pay once up front and run on my servers.

    This package almost works but does not seem to break out the stats for multiple web sites, I think it just lumps everything into one set of stats
    http://activestat.softerra.com/

    Any ideas? Thanks in advance!

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    The 10 domain version of AdvLogger from www.perlonline.com MIGHT do it the way you want. But I haven't used it, so you'll have to email them and ask. It certainly meets all your other criteria.

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    Thanks! I also just found these.

    http://www.phpopentracker.de/
    and
    http://webanalyse.sourceforge.net/

    Anyone know any more?

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