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From Jake Stone <>
Subject [users@httpd] Problem using environment variable
Date Mon, 11 Jan 2010 21:59:13 GMT
I run a small Apache server that runs a few VirtualHosts, one of which 
contains a website and Subversion repository. I am trying to separate 
the SVN activity and website activity into two separate log files using 
simple LogFormat and CustomLog commands:

LogFormat "%h %l %u %t \"%r\" %>s %b \"%{Referer}i\" \"%{User-Agent}i\"" 
LogFormat "%t %u %U %{SVN-ACTION}e" svn
CustomLog ".../access.log" combined env=!SVN-ACTION
CustomLog ".../svn.log" svn env=SVN-ACTION

The svn.log file is perfect, but the access.log file still has tons of 
SVN activity in it, like the lines below:
... [10/Jan/2010:18:02:12 -0600] "PROPFIND /svn/..." 207 398 "-" 
"SVN/1.6.6 (r40053)/TortoiseSVN- neon/0.28.6"
... [10/Jan/2010:18:02:12 -0600] "CHECKOUT /svn..." 201 246 "-" 
"SVN/1.6.6 (r40053)/TortoiseSVN- neon/0.28.6"

So the env!=SVN-ACTION option appears to either not be working, or not 
covering all of the SVN activity.
Am I setting the environment option incorrectly?
Since the SVN repositories all lie in a common folder ("/svn"), could I 
add something like "folder!=/svn" instead?

Thanks for your help!
Jake Stone

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