Wusage 7.1 Manual: domaingroups

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Wusage 7.1 Manual

domaingroups Option

To reach this option in the configuration file editor, follow these steps:

1. Edit Configuration
2. Configure Reports...
3. Top Domains Report...
4. Domain Groups (Continents)

If you prefer to manually edit your configuration files, use the following syntax for this option:



Example
domaingroups
#Example: here are the top-level domains in Africa.
Africa DZ EG TN ZA AO BF BI BJ BW CF CG CI CM DJ EH ER ET GA GH GM
Africa GN GW KE KM LK LR LS MA MG ML MR MW MZ NA NE NG RW SY SL SZ
Africa TZ UG VA YE ZM ZR ZW
end domaingroups

Description

The Domain Groups (Continents) (domaingroups) option is used to combine accesses from several domains into one larger virtual domain. The configuration files produced by the configuration editor contain domaingroups information to group domains on all seven continents. Each line of the Domain Groups (Continents) (domaingroups) option begins with the name of the virtual domain, followed by a list of real domains which make it up. If a continent or other grouping contains many domains, the same virtual domain can be listed several times, as in the above example. This feature is useful to make sure that a continent such as Europe is visible in the pie chart of domains, whereas individual countries might comprise too small a wedge to be drawn. Normally, only top-level domains appear in the domaingroups listing. The exception is that subdomains listed for the And These Subdomains (subdomains) option can appear as part of a domaingroups entry. If the Domain Groups (Continents) (domaingroups) option is absent, all domains will appear individually in the top domains listing and pie chart.




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