By default AWStats will update once a day. Following the instructions in this article will help you add a "Update" button to AWStats
Enabling Manual Updates
If you want to manually update your stats, follow these instructions:
Now when you open AwStats in cPanel there will be a link next to the date that says "Update now". You may click this link to immediately parse the raw access logs and generate your statistics.
- Locate the awstats folder within your account. (/home#/username/tmp/awstats/)
- You need to find and edit the custom.txt file.
- Add these two lines:
- Save the changes
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