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From Jaspreet Singh <jsi...@ensim.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Filtering/Interception Error log strings
Date Fri, 13 May 2005 13:01:46 GMT
Hi,

On Fri, 2005-05-13 at 13:36 +0100, Nick Kew wrote:
> Jaspreet Singh wrote:
> 
> [ Please don't scatter this to so many list and individual addresses.
> If I see more than one copy of any followup you post, I will certainly
> not take the time to help you any further ]
> 
sorry about that, i wan't sure witch list would be better suited for my
post. I individual addresses beacause i could find there posts regarding
the same. Sorry for the inconvinience.


> If you use conventional vhosts, yes.  That's one reason there are
> *different* options for mass virtual hosting.  You should use one of
> them for this and other reasons.
> 
could, you please elaborate on different options.


> To get separate logs, either postprocess a common log file, or use some
> alternative such as logging to an SQL database.
> 
Error log doesn't contain virt_host/server name so If i log errors to a
common file/sql i can't split them later based on virt_hosts which
caused them.


> > I read in src/httd-2.0.46/CHANGES +3274
> >   *) Add a new request hook, error_log.  This phase allows modules
> >      to act on the error log string _after_ it has been written
> >      to the error log.
> 
> Note the word _after_.  It's addressing a different requirement.

If, i am not mistaken .. "__after__" means that the msg is already
logged to error_log and them passed to hook. Thats ok with me, as i can
get the server name from "request" structure and log the same msg again
to syslog appending server name.

thanx for the help,
jaspreet singh.

> 
-- 

Don't Walk as if you own the world,
      Walk as if you don't damn who owns it.

Jaspreet Singh
Software Engineer,
Ensim India.
jsingh@ensim.com
+91 9890712226


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