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From Dan Trainor <>
Subject [users@httpd] Keeping multiple logs in central location
Date Tue, 16 May 2006 20:47:22 GMT
Hello, all -

I've browsed the archives a bit, but have not been able to come up with 
a good solution, so I'll go ahead and ask.

We've got quite a few webservers, on which we're comfortable using 
AWStats.  The server pool is part of a load balance cluster, and it's 
very difficult to generate statistics on the data as a whole - rather, 
we're generating statistics based on several different servers.

What I guess I'm looking for here is a way to keep all my Apache logs in 
a central location, where I can run stats for the total of the pool.

A while ago, I used mod_log_mysql to store all logs in a SQL database. 
While this worked, it was difficult to extract the data from the 
database and parse that for something like AWStats.  Besides, this was 
very slow.

I think that if I was able to manage logs and keep them in one location, 
I could take it from there and find something to run statistics against 
the logs which might be more "friendly".

If anyone has any experience in this, I would greatly appreciate it.


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