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Apache Module: UserTrack - EasyApache - cPanel Documentation
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Overview

The mod_usertrack Apache module allows you to track users via browser cookies.

Usage

This module sets a cookie to allow you to track users. The system does not log these cookies within the mod_usertrack module itself, but you can configure the server's log functionality to track user clickstreams. 

Requirements

This module has no requirements.

Compatibility

This module has no known compatibility issues.

How to install or uninstall mod_usertrack

The EasyApache profiles do not provide the mod_usertrack Apache module by default.

To install or uninstall the mod_usertrack Apache module, perform the following steps:

  1. Run EasyApache in WHM's EasyApache 3 interface (Home >> Software >> EasyApache 3).

    Notes:

    • To access EasyApache from the command line interface, run the /scripts/easyapache script as the root user.
    • For more information on EasyApache, read our EasyApache documentation.
  2. Select the profile that you wish to modify.

  3. Click the  that corresponds to your selection.

  4. Click Next Step in the Apache Version stage.
  5. Click Next Step in the PHP Version stage.
  6. Click Exhaustive Options List in the Short Options List stage.
  7. Perform one of the following actions in the Exhaustive Options List stage: 
    • To install the mod_usertrack Apache module, select the Usertrack option.
    • To uninstall the mod_usertrack Apache module, deselect the Usertrack option.
  8. Click Save and Build.

How to enable or disable the module in a custom EasyApache profile file

The following table provides information about how EasyApache refers to the mod_usertrack  Apache module: 

EasyApache module namemod_usertrack
EasyApache Profile EntryApache:optmods:Usertrack

To enable or disable the mod_usertrack Apache module in a custom EasyApache profile file, set the Apache:optmods:Usertrack  profile entry to one of the following values:

  • 1 - This value enables the module.
  • 0 - This value disables the module.

History

The following table provides information on changes to the mod_usertrack Apache module within EasyApache, and content changes to this document:

DateEasyApache versionActionDetails
2/11/20143.24.11Doc updateImplemented case 73225: Remove Apache 1.3 and 2.0
1/31/20133.18.0Doc updateImplemented case 51105: Update for Apache 2.4

Vendor documentation

For more information on the mod_usertrack Apache module, click the following links: