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From Davide Bianchi <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] access.log question
Date Fri, 29 Aug 2008 06:52:11 GMT
Howard, Chris wrote:
> I see in my access log requests for web pages which
> I do not serve, some of which appear to have a 200 status.
> That doesn't seem right.

It depends if you use any kind of rewrite or CMS. If you do, chances are
that the result code (200) is because of the rewrite and the page
returned is your 'error' or 'home' page all the time. Check the size
returned. If it is always the same and (incidentally) exactly the same
size returned for the 'home' or 'error' page, then you have it.


Clues seem to seep out of lusers faster than you can LART them back in.
--Simon Burr

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