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From "J. Greenlees" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] symbolic link for web stats
Date Fri, 04 Oct 2002 00:23:23 GMT


>Are you actually analyzing them for your users or just giving them access to the raw logs?
 That would be a huge security problem in the long run.
>How about using:
>Then publishing the results to a normal DocRoot directory?
>-Sx- :]
most hosts separate thier logs and only give customers access to the 
part that directly concerns them. ( your customers don't need to know 
who else you host, nor what that other site's traffic is. )

>	-----Original Message----- 
>	From: Grant Cooper [] 
>	Sent: Thu 10/3/2002 4:42 PM 
>	To: 
>	Cc: 
>	Subject: [users@httpd] symbolic link for web stats
>	Hi, I would like to create a symbolic link to my /var/logs/<apache_stats>.
>	Is there a special way to do this in the httpd file. I am using FreeBSD as
>	my OS. I want my users to be able to download there stats whenever they
>	like.
>	If anyone has a different solutions I would like to here about it.

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