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From Martin Haase-Thomas <>
Subject Re: Apache logs
Date Fri, 15 Mar 2002 08:54:00 GMT
CustomLog /path/to/your/logfile/access_log combined
for example


Stephen Reppucci wrote:

>On Thu, 14 Mar 2002, Artiom Morozov wrote:
>>it's matter of OS, not apache. mount remote machine disk and write logs
>>there. of transfer logs via pipe to program which will send them over
>It's also possible to log via syslog, though I've never tried this
>>be aware: this will be slow. it's better to pack logs after rotating
>>and send them then.
>This *used* to be a truism, but I suspect in this day and age of
>dedicated NFS appliances and SANS/NAS solutions, it's not always the
>case anymore.  (Speaking to the speed of network logging, not
>arguing the compression point...) If you have leading edge network
>solutions, the access speed of some network devices approaches or
>even surpasses that of a local disk.
>I'd be curious to hear if others have empirical data to support this
>> 2002.03.14 07:37 Joseph 
>>>Is it possible to configure an apache server to put logs on a

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