Apache logs

Wednesday, 21 July 2004, 11:51 AM EST

The Apache Web server is set up to log information on user activities and errors. By default, all non-error messages are recorded in one log file and all error messages in another. The level of messages may be increased or decreased, the content of the messages may be set, and the messages may be split into multiple log files. This last option is especially useful for a server that handles multiple domains. In this article, I will explore Apache logging and how it can be configured.

By Russell J.T. Dyer at Unix Review.

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