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From Tig Kerkman <>
Subject Logging the users name with mod_proxy
Date Wed, 19 Dec 2001 20:28:18 GMT
I am a newbie to apache.

I moving from squid to apache for proxy and also be begin building an
Intranet for our site.

My first goal was to get better logging from apache.  

What I am attempting to do is log where everyone is going.  

To do this is see that I have %u for remote user and %l, but I have to
have the http in idnetd.

I am using RH7.1 with apache Server version: Apache/1.3.22 (Unix) 
(Red-Hat/Linux)Server built:   Nov 15 2001 15:52:57 which uses xidnetd
and I am not sure how to make the ServerType a idnetd to so I can get
theses entries in the logs.

Currently my logs have - - where I should see this information.   

example: - - [19/Dec/2001:12:10:52 -0600] "GET
com/santa.swf HTTP/1.0" 200 13647 ""
-MCD  [en] (X11; U; Linux 2.2.7-1.23 i686)" - - [19/Dec/2001:12:10:56 -0600] "GET
com/xmas_tree.swf HTTP/1.0" 200 16238 ""
-CCK-MCD  [en] (X11; U; Linux 2.2.7-1.23 i686)"

Any suggestions would greatly be appreciated.  

City of Kenosha, Wisconsin USA, IS

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