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From Marc Slemko <>
Subject Re: Aha! The conditional logging beast rears its head again
Date Mon, 03 Nov 1997 17:06:30 GMT
There is already (at least) one PR already open on this before today.  eg.

On Mon, 3 Nov 1997, Rodent of Unusual Size wrote:

>     There was a discussion a while ago (July/August, I think) about
>     adding conditionalisation to mod_log_config, so the configuration
>     could direct which requests should be logged and which not (a la
>     mod_log_referer).  The discussion was happening just when 1.3
>     feature-freeze was starting to settle in.  The basic disagreement,
>     as I remember, was that some people (those with big systems and big
>     disks, I think) felt it's more appropriate for such filtering to be
>     an after-process, or done by some inline filter (now that reliable
>     piped logs are here).  Personally, I still prefer to have it in the
>     server itself and not waste the cycles nor bytes trying to winnow
>     through a "log-of-everything" file.  It's less of an issue with a
>     piped filter, but I'd *still* prefer to see it in the server -
>     no-one says people *have* to use it.
>     PR #1351 is asking for this, so be warned - I may open the
>     discussion once again.. ;->
>     #ken    P-)}

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