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From "Chris" <ch...@leftbrained.org>
Subject [users@httpd] SSLLog problems
Date Tue, 23 Dec 2003 20:02:52 GMT
I'm setting up an Apache/mod_ssl server on Win2k and am using cronolog to
rotate the logs. Here is how it's set up for my SSL Virtual host:

SSLLog "|C:\Server\Apache\bin\cronolog
C:\Server\Apache\logs\www.SSL.%Y.%b.log"

Somehow, somewhere, 'C:\Server\Apache\logs\www.SSL.%Y.%b.log' is being
forced to lowercase (though the CustomLog and ErrorLog directives right by
it aren't). cronolog is receiving c:\server\apache\logs\www.ssl.%y.%b.log as
it's argument.

I'm stumped, is there a bug in mod_ssl? Some interaction between Apache and
mod_ssl that is forcing it to lowercase?

Any ideas at all would be helpful.

Thanks a bunch,
Chris


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