Would the sidebar stats help, dollars5? I can´t check since I don´t have PHP 5.
The page statistics module seems to need more than the GIG of ram I have on my VPS server. I upgraded from 512MB to 1GB just for this. I am running the site on a VPS box so I can't go much over 1GB of ram. What can I do? How much ram does this thing need anyway?
Here is the exact error message:
Warning: Out of memory (Needed 1845064 bytes) in /home/searchallinone/html/libs/db.php on line 207
Warning: mysql_fetch_array(): supplied argument is not a valid MySQL result resource in /home/searchallinone/html/modules/page_statistics/page_statistics_main.php on line 18
Thanks in advance, Doug
I shouldn't have any problem if I have a web host like hostmonster, bluehost or midphase, correct?
Also, isn't GoogleStats good enough?
AWstats, google analytics and Mint are the best of the creed. This is a small pluggin for Pligg that allows to see the top viewed pages - nothing more than that.
@Doug99 : the original query presented is suitable only for small sites, when the site grows the query might demand more memory - but typically it is not possible. Btw we have a commercial version of it very much optimized for decent sized loads (again cannot promise on the performance on very high and large sites - as it is nto tested in such conditions)
first question - would it be possible add the number of visits in a story - viewed X times (like the info that (for example) I have been there few minutes ago...)
second question - could we sort stories by the readability? Like most read?
First question - it suer is possible - but it will cost a heavy database querry which is not optimal for many small scale sites.
Second question: Doesn't page view indicate the number of time the story was read.
Hello! How to print $story_url instead of $url for each line?
Links to news withous URLs in statistics shows as /1