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From Tim Funk <>
Subject Re: Tomcat standalone - traffic logs???
Date Wed, 30 Oct 2002 11:54:49 GMT
Performance tip - keep  resolveHosts="false".

Otherwise your server will attempt to resolve all incoming addresses to 
their hostname. But on an intranet - this might not be much of an issue.


Reynir Hübner wrote:
> Just have the following in the context of your webapp  (in server.xml)
> : 
>  <Valve className="org.apache.catalina.valves.AccessLogValve" 
>         resolveHosts="true" 
>         directory="C:/logdir/"  
>         prefix="access_log." 
>         suffix=".txt" 
>         pattern="common"/>
> Hope it helps
> -reynir
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: neal [] 
>>Sent: 30. október 2002 11:15
>>To: Tomcat Users List
>>Subject: Tomcat standalone - traffic logs???
>>I'm using Tomcat Standalone and I would like to be able to 
>>process my logs to determine traffic trends on my site. I 
>>have webalizer and can use it to parse the logs.
>>The problem though, is that I was looking at the logs being 
>>generated form tomcat and these logs don't seem to have any 
>>traffic info in them.  The have info such as what happened 
>>when the server started, etc ... but I'm not seeing each page 
>>request being logged.  And, I'm not seeing IP addresses 
>>(which I presume is needed to determine unique users) being logged.
>>Anyone know how to setup tomcat standalone logs to provide 
>>the information, and to do so cleanly so that the info can be 
>>consumer by Webalizer?
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