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Old 07-18-2005, 12:33 AM   #1
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apache track incoming, outgoing requests real-time

hi all

redhat fedora core 3, apache 2, php 5, mysql 4.1

i'm looking for an application that can track incoming and outgoing requests to our web server

we are having an issue where we are having a lot of data transfer, but we're not sure why it is so high

we've done rough calculations from what we think page views are, and page sizes, etc.

but it doesn't seem to match up, is there an application that can track all incoming and outgoing requests, filenames, and file sizes, and any other data
or can this be found somewhere on linux by default

i know there is the apache access_log
but that's not really what we're after, as we have scripts that run as cron jobs which won't appear in the access_log, and we need something more detailed anyway

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