[Mod_log_sql] need to remove forward slash from request_uri
jeffs at speakeasy.net
Mon Feb 16 19:26:03 EST 2009
Thanks for the help.
I know about the substring function but I'm at a loss as to where to put
I cannot find any suitable interface within which to plug it in... the
mod_log_sql program writes directly to the mysql database so where do I
insert this code?
Is there a filter function in phpmyadmin that I cannot find?
Sorry for my newbie question but I'm confounded here.
Another issue I'm having is that although if I tail -f
/var/log/apache2/other_vhosts_access.log I can see the requests coming
in for requests for the same file, but mod_log_mysql is only logging the
first occurrence of the log, not subsequent hits and I need all hits to
be logged even if the request is for the same file.
As I stated in my previous post, the scenario is very simple. All file
requests are always going to look like this:
with the string before the .jpg being the only thing that changes.
I've setup the sites-available to only log this:
which indeed is working, but only the first request shows up, not subsequent hits although tailing other_vhosts_access.log indeed shows the subsequent hits coming in.
Thanks for your assistance.
Edward Rudd wrote:
> The simplest is to use SQL to remove the first character from the
> field when selecting
> SELECT SUBSTRING(request_uri,2) as request_uri FROM myloggingtable
> On Feb 16, 2009, at 4:25 PM, jeffs wrote:
>> I have mysql logging working perfectly. I only need to either:
>> a) use some mysql command to remove the forward slash from uri that is
>> being input into the uri_request field, or
>> b) stop the forward slash from being recorded in the mysql database in
>> the first place.
>> Either way, I need to not have the forward slash get recorded into the
>> request_uri field. In this particular logging scenario I am using,
>> uri's will always look like:
>> as recorded by log_mysql.
>> I need it to look like:
>> is there a way to do this?
>> Thank you very much
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