[Mod_log_sql] Apache access_log used when mod_log_sql enabled

info at g-house.de info at g-house.de
Tue Jul 5 14:40:10 EST 2005


As you've enabled MassVirtualHosting there will be exactly one table per virtual host. 
Your access.log  ... could it be it's your default apache Custom/Whatsoever Log ...
and ... that one stand in the main config part of apache not in a virtualhosts declaration.

What do you have to do ? - Cut the lines with you CustomLog if you don't like that
and go to www.modlogan.org where you can find a log-analyzer which is able to directly read from log_sql tables. 


so long 
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: [Mod_log_sql] Apache access_log used when mod_log_sql enabled (05-Jul-2005 13:41)
From:    comingupslowly at gmail.com
To:      ephigenie at g-house.de

> Hi
> I've been using mod_log_sql 1.18 for a while now with
> MassVirtualHosting switched on.
> I've just started noticing that my default access_log is filling up,
> with lines that don't include the virtualhost that's being accessed,
> thus:
> a.b.c.d - - [05/Jul/2005:11:36:57 +0000] "GET
> /images/gFx_template_06.jpg HTTP/1.1" 200 2115
> I think this may be appearing in the sql database too, but I'm not sure.
> Can anyone suggest what might be going on?
> j.
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