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Old 09-26-2005, 10:08 PM   #1
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multiple log files in apache

Is there a way to have 1 global log file (ex: everything) but also have logs for each section?

I tried putting that directly in the conf (not in between <virtualhost> </virtualhost> but it only seems to log stuff that is not being logged as a seperate file.

ErrorLog /data/samba/public/logs/apache/borg-error.log
CustomLog /data/samba/public/logs/apache/borg.log common

Webalizer only accepts one log file, so I want to be able to speficy the global one, but at the same time still have seperate logs for all virtual hosts.
Old 09-27-2005, 12:42 AM   #2
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You're on the right track with CustomLog, failing getting that working, you could always build a script to cat the files together


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