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From sl...@apache.org
Subject Re: mod_log-any/4570: Even with HostNameLookups off, still get domain names in logs
Date Sat, 18 Nov 2000 20:00:43 GMT
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Synopsis: Even with HostNameLookups off, still get domain names in logs

Comment-Added-By: slive
Comment-Added-When: Sat Nov 18 12:00:43 PST 2000
Comment-Added:

TaDum.... You found your problem.  If you look through
the official Apache documentation, you will find there
is no such keyword as "none" in the Allow/Deny statements.
Therefore, Apache is doing reverse lookups in an attempt
to find a hostname "none".

The presence of this, and the unnecessary and possibly
dangerous <limit GET POST> lines, indicates that you
are using a very bad set of documentation.  I suggest
you inform whoever wrote the docs that you are using
that they should consult the official Apache docs
to find their mistakes.

Thanks for using Apache!



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