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From Rob Hartill <hart...@ooo.lanl.gov>
Subject Apache 0.8.8, bug or feature? (fwd)
Date Wed, 16 Aug 1995 09:00:01 GMT

I don't think I've noticed this problem mentioned before.

I'll send a "we'll look into it" response to him.


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> Date: Wed, 16 Aug 1995 15:58:21 -0800
> To: hartill@lanl.gov
> From: Steven Fox <lizard@overseas.com.tw>
> Subject: Apache 0.8.8, bug or feature?
> Status: RO
> 
> 
> Hi,
> 
> 0.8.8 looks pretty damn good! Congratulations. I've had some interesting
> bugs, but nothing I've been able to pin down yet, except for this one:
> 
> In my srm.conf I have this (among other things):
> 
> AddType application/x-httpd-cgi .cgi   
> ErrorDocument 403 /errors/403.cgi
> 
> In 0.6.5 this would cause a 403 error to redirect to the cgi script in
> /errors, which is what I would expect. Under 0.8.8 it seems to be unable to
> redirect to a cgi script, but it will redirect to a .html file. This also
> has a side effect of the error not being logged in the error_log. BTW, the
> /errors directory does have EXECCGI enabled. This feature was working fine
> before 0.8.8 (0.6.5).
> 
> One other thing, The referer_log and agent_log are kinda bogus. I don't need
> gigabyte-long files of referers and agents. What would be nicer would be
> logs that keep a running total, like this:
> 
>        1 http://sinanet.com/sn-bin/chat/browse?fName=General_Big-5#tail
>      234 http://www2.infoseek.com/Titles?qt=Taiwan             
>        2 http://www2.infoseek.com/Titles?qt=news+taiwan
>       16 http://www2.infoseek.com/Titles?qt=ROC        
>        5 http://www.hope.com.tw/newnews/palnews/pn9507/950719_2.html#2
>        2 http://www2.infoseek.com/Titles?qt=taiwan+on+line              
>       28 http://www2.infoseek.com/Titles?qt=import
>        4 http://www2.infoseek.com/Titles?qt=importing
> 
>        etc...
> 
> I've implemented this already as a CGI script. It works well and is much
> more useful. Any chance of this type of module being added to Apache?
> 
> Oh yeah, another thing. Is there any way of the access_log mechanism
> filtering out accesses from my own domain? Your new custom logging feature
> needs more documentation (real life examples!), I can't figure it out.
> 
> Best regards,
> 
> Steven Fox
> 
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