http://web-address-to-my-dspace/statistics(URL of DSpace statistics page)
report.public), and where the final statistical reports should be stored (
report.dir). It's very possible you may not want to change either of these. However, if you change either option, don't forget to restart Tomcat (See Quick Restart in Rebuild DSpace )
dspace.log*- the full path of your dspace/log directory
general.summary- actions listed in the DSpace log file which you want to list in the "Overview" section. You don't need to change these unless needed.
exclude.word- stopwords to filter out of search terms in statistics
exclude.type- Lucene search index terms to filter out of statistics (corresponds to the search indicies, see (Modify search fields)
exclude.character- Lucene special characters to filter out of statistics
item.type- Item types to find statistics for. Corresponds to the form values (see Change a form value ) defined for your
dc.typefield, or any metadata field with an element named
search.floor- specify the number of minimum accesses necessary before an item or search term is listed in statistics
item.lookup- specifies the maximum number of items to list Author/Title information for in statistics (all other viewed items are listed by URL)
user.email- specifies whether to display user email information in login statistics. For privacy, this defaults to
false(i.e. do not display email)
host.url* - The name and URL of your DSpace install, which will be displayed at the top of the statistics page.
/dspace/by default). In particular keep an eye out for these variables:
$dsrun- the full path of the dspace/bin/dsrun script
$in_directory- the full path of the input directory (for stat-report-* scripts)
$out_directory- the full path of the statistical reports output directory. This must correspond to the directory listed in the
report.diroption in your dspace.cfg (see above)!
$out_directorybe the same location (e.g. dspace/reports/).
stat-report-initial. These should correspond to the year and month which you wish to start tracking statistics from.
$start_year). This script only needs to be run once, though you can rerun it if you needed to (in which case it would overwrite its past results). Its output is a set of historic data files which can be used by stat-report-initial to generate historic HTML reports.
dspace/bin/stat-initial(Note: For Windows, you may need to run
dspace/bin/stat-report-initial(Note: For Windows,
cronentry similar to the following to the crontab for the user who installed DSpace:
30 0 * * * [dspace]/bin/stat-monthly
35 0 * * * [dspace]/bin/stat-general
30 1 * * * [dspace]/bin/stat-report-monthly
35 1 * * * [dspace]/bin/stat-report-general