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From Randy Terbush <>
Subject Re: Logging again
Date Sat, 27 May 1995 20:49:07 GMT

> > Regarding your format proposal:
> > 
> > I see no problem with this but don't entirely understand how this
> > would be less overhead if a logging process needs to continually 
> > be checking for the LOGIT command for possibly several different
> > layouts.
> I'm not sure where the layout comes in, but aren't the rules for
> determining the layout in the logging process ?, so it can pre-process
> the information as and when it arrives instead of in one big batch
> at the end of the request, e.g. if the date arrives as an integer, it
> can be converted to human readable form at that time, rather than
> at the time the log is written to.

It seems that the logging processes could have several records 
they are juggling at the same time.  Probably a good safeguard 
though to assure no overlapping data.

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