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Analog + IPv6

[by sven @ Fri Jul 4 11:11 CEST 2003]

The web server statistics produced by Analog are not correct since I've installed Apache+IPv6 because Analog doesn't understand the IPv6 addresses (::ffff:xxx.xxx.xxx.xx) from the Apache httpd-access logfiles. But I've found a patch from a Japanese site: I applied this patch to Analog 5.24 and believe it or not but Analog is now able to produce correct webserver statistics with IPv6 records in the logfiles! The patch can be found here.


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