[Mod_log_sql] Issue with mod_log_sql breaking CGI functionality in Apache2
mike_southworth at embarqmail.com
Mon Jul 7 10:18:18 EDT 2008
Per my previous reply, log rotate had apparently decided to archive my
apache2 error.log just prior to my attaching the current one. Find
attached the older log containing the relevant entries. Note: I had
debug level logging enabled for the latter portion of this log.
Edward Rudd wrote:
> That is very strange.
> I can't think of any reason it would do that.
> Can you attach part the part of the apache error_log when this occurs??
> Also can you set the apache "LogLevel" command to "debug" when you do
> On Jul 1, 2008, at 5:38 PM, Mike Southworth wrote:
>> I would like to bring the following issue I posted to the Ubuntu
>> to the attention of the mod_log_sql mailing list:
>> A short description: Every time I enable mod_log_sql it breaks CGI
>> functionality in Apache2.
>> Hopefully someone might recognize the problem and be able to assist me
>> in getting the module working without taking out CGI in Ubuntu Hardy.
>> I am available with whatever configuration information is required
>> to duplicate and troubleshoot this problem.
>> Thank you,
>> Mike Southworth
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