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From "David Burry" <dbu...@tagnet.org>
Subject Re: apache 2.0.43: %b not showing "bytes sent" but "bytes requested"
Date Fri, 11 Oct 2002 02:31:15 GMT
Yes, I've been thinking of experimenting with mod_logio, but I'm a bit
hesitant to hack out a patch from (or use whole-hog) CVS HEAD into a
production site that gets 3 terabytes of traffic per day and I'm embarassed
to admit how much revenue depends on... ;o)  Thanks for the link, I'll try
that.  It won't be as accurate as getting the byte count without the
headers, but at least it should be something better than nothing if it works
as described...

If we're not going to fix %s shouldn't we at least fix the documentation to
be more accurate?  2.0 and 1.3 really are quite different here.

Dave

----- Original Message -----
From: "Bojan Smojver" <bojan@rexursive.com>
> Have you tried using mod_logio? If won't only give you the "body" bytes,
but
> also the "headers" bytes. It reports the number of input bytes too and
should
> understand encryption and compression. You can either check it out from
Apache
> CVS (HEAD), or download the patch for 2.0.43 here:
> http://www.rexursive.com/software.html.
>
> You'd use it with %I (for input) and %O (for output). It would be
interesting to
> know if it reports accurately in the case you described...


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