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From Chris Tacy <ch...@enginered.com>
Subject Re: what do people log?
Date Wed, 08 Oct 1997 19:24:26 GMT
cookie (uid re-written to remote_user) or remote_user (if cookie
rejected), URI, remote host, date, referer, status

logs are parsed and inserted into Oracle once a day.
business objects for reporting (pretty graphs and charts for the
marketing folks).

-c

sameer wrote:
> 
>         We're working on putting in a log analysis tool into
> Stronghold so we're planning on providing a LogFormat sample which
> provides more than common log and is also support by our log analysis.
>         The question I have is what things are people putting into
> their logfiles that they find valuable? Off the top of my head and
> from my experience running a server, I can think of cookies, referers,
> agents, cipher-types, and client-cert types. What other things are
> you logging, and how are you analyzing that info? Thanks.
> 
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