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Old 06-13-2012, 02:11 AM   #1
Nitin Chaudhary
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Logging requests selectively in proxy server.


I am using RHEL 5.4 x86_64 and proxy server is configured on that. And some of our clients are working on some secret project.
Now their demand is that they don't want their requests to be logged to the access log for security reasons.
So, they want that their IP should be blocked so that their browsing logs should not logged into access log.
I searched that "log_access" directive is used to do this and I tried to stop generating logs but it still generate logs. I used this directive-

acl stg_mach src <ip_address>/<CIDR_value>
log_access deny stg_mach
log_access allow all
How would I do that? Can anyone help me in this issue?

Thank You!


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