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From "Frank Faubert" <fr...@sane.com>
Subject Re: "apache extended" log format
Date Sun, 01 Mar 1998 13:31:08 GMT
Hi Marc,

I work for one of the companies that was reviewed (Sane Solutions'
NetTracker Professional) and I was surprised by some of the things they say
our product does and does not do.  As one of the developers, I was very
surprised to learn that we are a Java based product. :)

-Frank

-----Original Message-----
From: Marc Slemko <marcs@worldgate.com>
To: Apache - BYOC <new-httpd@apache.org>
Date: Saturday, February 28, 1998 11:14 PM
Subject: "apache extended" log format


>http://www.zdnet.com/pcmag/features/webanalysis2/intro1.html sez:
>
> The depth of information your Web server can capture depends on
> the log-file formats it supports. This is a long list: Apache
> extended; Lotus Domino; Microsoft IIS, IIS Extended, and IIS Virtual;
> NCSA Combined and Extended; Netscape Combined and Proxy; and O'Reilly
> Website Combined, to name a few. In addition, all servers generate
> log files in basic CERN/NCSA Common Log File format, a proprietary
> format that captures a broad range of data.
>
>Huh?  "Apache extended"?  Erm...
>
>...and I guess I have to upgrade my client, since http://www.pcworld.com/
>only shows the background with no text under Navigator 4.04 on FreeBSD.
>Not sure what to upgrade to.  Ah, upgrading to 3.01 fixed it.  Cute.
>
>


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