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I am not sure if here is the right place for asking my question or not... anyway...

I need a apache log analyzer that shows number of each IP request separately. I want to view what IPs have visited my website more times.

My server OS is Ubuntu.

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Duplicate by same person:… – SabreWolfy Feb 25 '13 at 14:04
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AWStats -

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i have 4 different websites on this server that i have separated their log files.Does AWStats works separately for these 4 sites? – hd01 Jul 2 '11 at 3:56
It's been a while since I "fired" it up, but I think so. I think it can either be broken down as individual sessions/setups or track/report by accessing URLs. – user48838 Jul 2 '11 at 7:35

Try Apache Logs Viewer. Should display graphical reports and filter based on specific criteria.

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GoAccess -

No configuration is needed and you can run it straight from the terminal + real-time stats

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