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From Rob Hartill <r...@imdb.com>
Subject /home/www/httpd/logs/error_log (fwd)
Date Sun, 12 Jan 1997 18:41:52 GMT

A wish list item.


---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Sun, 12 Jan 1997 09:41:17 -0800 (PST)
From: James Deibele <jamesd@teleport.com>
To: apache-bugs@apache.org
Cc: "Steven C. Neighorn" <neighorn@qiclab.scn.rain.com>,
    Declan <declan@teleport.com>, Philip Cooper <philipc@teleport.com>
Subject: /home/www/httpd/logs/error_log

We had a 2GB error_log file filled with this.  We're running 1.2b4 under
Solaris 2.5.1 and it's causing some concern - the "www" account here has
a quota and it's a good thing because we think the disk would have
filled up otherwise.

SunOS and Solaris will report "last message repeated X times" rather
than log each line.  Or a parameter for shutting off logging if log > Y
bytes (where Y is defined in httpd.conf) might be useful ...

Forwarded message:
> From jamesd@teleport.com  Sun Jan 12 08:34:18 1997
> 
> [Sat Jan 11 15:47:58 1997] unknown parameter </html> to tag if in /home/biteme/public_html/index.shtml
> [Sat Jan 11 15:47:58 1997] unknown parameter </html> to tag if in /home/biteme/public_html/index.shtml
> [Sat Jan 11 15:47:58 1997] unknown parameter </html> to tag if in /home/biteme/public_html/index.shtml
> [Sat Jan 11 15:47:58 1997] unknown parameter </html> to tag if in /home/biteme/public_html/index.shtml
> [Sat Jan 11 15:47:58 1997] unknown parameter </html> to tag if in /home/biteme/public_html/index.shtml
> [Sat Jan 11 15:47:58 1997] unknown parameter </html> to tag if in /home/biteme/public_html/index.shtml
> [Sat Jan 11 15:47:58 1997] unknown parameter </html> to tag if in /home/biteme/public_html/index.shtml
> [Sat Jan 11 15:47:58 1997] unknown parameter </html> to tag if in /home/biteme/public_html/index.shtml
> [Sat Jan 11 15:47:58 1997] unknown parameter </html> to tag if in /home/biteme/public_html/index.shtml
> 


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