You are trying to process the apache log file, right? If yes, then the path to it (/local/tools/awstats-7.3/var/log/access.log) does not seem valid to me.
Possible solution: Edit the awstats.webstats.conf file and search for the LogFile directive and change it to ·
and try again.
Make sure it is really located there though, otherwise adapt it to the actual path.
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Well guys, this MUST be a first.
This is DEMO code only and has NO error detection or correction, nor out of bounds checking.
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