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From Daniel Lopez <>
Subject Re: Creating W3C log files for apache
Date Mon, 27 May 2002 17:16:49 GMT

I do not think there is such a facility in Apache
I suggest to create that header by hand before starting to log hits or
add it to the beginning before processing it with a script

> Hi,
> I having a problem getting apache to generate W3C standard logs, as we use
> a program called WebStats that collects the logs generated by our IIS
> servers, now we have some clients that require reporting on their site,
> but we run those under apache on RH 7.1.
> I can get apache to generate the required fields to be W3C 1.0 complient,
> but I'm having a problem to actually get it to generate the headers below
> at the top of each file:
> (example taken form IIS)
> #Version: 1.0
> #Date: 2001-01-03 09:12:12
> #Fields: date time c-ip cs-username ........
> Iam using the customlog directive to get it to create the required fields,
> but I cannot find anything in the docs or the site to generate the
> headers above that are part of the w3C standard.
> whithout these headers (AFAIK), the logformat does not comply to the w3C
> standrard, as the programs that read theses logs (in our case WebStats)
> use these to determine to fields.
> Thanks in advance
> Mark
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> MM Group Ltd
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