Originally Posted by paulsm4
Hey - so not the problem :)!
From the fast_cgi documentation:
So all you have to do is "printf()" or "fprintf (stderr)" - and voila! Your message automatically gets syslogged!
'Hope that helps .. PSM
Thank you, I did not expect to find a solution in fast cgi, because I expected a solution for all cgi programs.
I sort of prefer to log all activity of my fast cgi program in a separate file. I will put the log file in cgi-bin, I hope this will not be a security risk.