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From Joshua Slive <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] VirtualCustomLog or something for massvhosting?
Date Sat, 14 Jun 2003 23:43:27 GMT

On Sat, 14 Jun 2003, Ryan Underwood wrote:
> Looks like the list manager goes on the "Sender" field instead of the
> "From" field.

It goes on the "envelope sender" (how your smtp client identifies you).

> We are doing mass vhosting with VirtualDocumentRoot and it is working
> fine.  However, I would like the users to have their own private copies
> of access.log and error.log that correspond to their vhost.  Access.log
> so that they can generate their own site statistics in whatever manner
> they wish, and error.log so that they can do development and be able to
> see the script errors without 1) dumping errors to the user of the site,
> and 2) having to give them read access to the main server logs.
> Is there a way to do this on a "dynamic" basis like the
> VirtualDocumentRoot stuff, rather than having to set up CustomLog and
> ErrorLog on a user by user basis?

For the access_log, you can write a script that splits it out however you
want and use that through a piped log.  For the error log, there is,
unfortunately, no consistent way to distinguish between virtual hosts.


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