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Old 12-20-2006, 07:43 PM   #1
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Apache access+log can't trace a particular PC at second times

I got a web server running on apache 2.2.2 on FC5,when i connect it using one of my external PC, and i trace the record in access_log,i can only find the record for that PC first access,the log didn't write anything in it's second,third....access,i have try using different command/programme to test (wget,mozilla,ab),te result is still the same, anyone get some suggestion, thank
Old 12-27-2006, 05:58 PM   #2
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your apache log settings are the cause of the problem, apache, by default, logs every request it gets.
every image, every file [ including a css file ] everything apache is asked to serve it logs by default.
the configuration default for logs will give you the expected log entries.

it's available in the apache docs on [ the default httpd.conf file ]



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