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From "Roy T. Fielding" <field...@avron.ICS.UCI.EDU>
Subject logfile patches [patch B6]
Date Thu, 16 Mar 1995 16:20:53 GMT
Brian writes:

> I haven't had a problem.  For the record I've integrated every patch 
> posted as of last night around 8pm, with the exception of two of Roy's 
> (the log file patches, logging of referrer needs some discussion as I 
> think we want to see customizable logging, right?

Right -- it should be near the end of the enhancement list.
I guess it needs a number -- will do.

> and the one using 
> open()/close() instead of fopen()/fclose() as it was causing core dumps - 

Huh?  Say it ain't so. :(

The only way I can think this could cause a core dump is if some
other enhancement has been added that writes to the access_log -- 
the changes in the patch are pure, portable Unix (I checked them with
my copy of Stevens' Advanced Programming ...) and they've been running
great on my server.

I checked the patch (and renamed the file to patch.B6.log_no_stdio).
Do we really want to use this as a naming convention?  Blecho.
I would prefer "B006-log_no_stdio.txt"


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