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Issue with statistics: Blank page


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BladedThoth

17 February 2008 at 5:15pm (Last edited: 17 February 2008 5:29pm), Community Member, 2 Posts

I'm not sure what is wrong; It appears that the statistics page is broken somehow on my install. Whenever I click on the Statistics tab, I get nothing; A blank page. Viewing source reveals there is nothing either. I'm running 2.2.1 right now, so I'm up to date. I've also tried running ?flush=1 and /db/build?flush=1 as well, to no avail. I can't seem to find any sign of something malfunctioning either. Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance!
BT

ADD: Got the log working, and I got the following error:
[17-Feb-2008 07:35:16] PHP Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 46 bytes) in /<webhome>/sapphire/core/model/DataObject.php on line 1472

Any ideas?

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BladedThoth

20 February 2008 at 1:26pm Community Member, 2 Posts

Still trying to figure this one out; It appears a memory limit issue; However, I don't know how far I'd have to increase, and more bothersome of an idea, why does this page need more than 30MB memory to run? Any ideas?

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jam13

21 February 2008 at 1:30am 121 Posts

Statistics module is badly broken.

It fetches the _entire_ PageView table into memory, which fails once you have a few days/weeks worth of traffic logged.

IMHO it should be completely removed for three reasons:

1) It's currently useless
2) To make it useful would require a lot of work
3) Most people would use a third party webstats program (like Google Analytics) anyway

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Ingo

24 February 2008 at 6:48pm Forum Moderator, 801 Posts

we're aware of the issues with the reporting code in its current state, it will probably become a module on its own on the long run - you definetly get more features with google analytics as it stands.

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saimo

27 February 2008 at 10:18am Community Member, 67 Posts

Google analytics has one drawback though as far as I know (but I have never tried it):
It uses JavaScript, which some people (like me) have disabled by default and where it is not necessary.