Highly recommend Google Analytics:
http://www.google.com/analytics/
I've used it myself to track usage for a zope intranet which is only
accessible on an internal network.

On Mon, Jun 2, 2008 at 6:52 AM, robert rottermann <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi there,
> for a Client using a plone2 intranet (with no access from the outside world)
> I installed awstat to track the usage of the intranet.
> now I wonder how meningfull such statisics are.
>
> The intranet usage is roughly as follows:
> - user logs into the intranet authenticating against a
> Ldap/MSActiveDirectory
> - she stays in the intranet all day, probably never logs out
> - collects data as needed
>
> The awstats setup is very basic. I just installed it and adopted the config
> files such that it finds the apache log files.
> I did a second setup for the Z2.log (to get at the old data, as we do not
> rotate the Z2.log).
>
> Looking at the awstats statistics I do not find them of overwhelming
> informative.
> Now, I now awstats is not a click analysis tool. but maybe somebody has done
> some more analysis into how to provide useful statistics on the usage of an
> intranet.
> Any pointers would be welcome.
>
> thanks
> robert
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