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Re: Bug#3041: apache access logging uses IP numbers rather than hostnames



In article <199605171456.QAA15778@picard.cistron.nl> you write:
>You (Mike Coleman) wrote:
>> Package: apache
>> Version: 1.0.3-1
>>
>> Apache is using IP numbers rather than hostnames for all hosts, in
>> access_log.
>>
>> On my machine, nslookup is able to translate IP numbers to hostnames, and
>> other daemons are correctly using hostnames as well.  Also, I can't find any
>> configuration option which controls this behavior in the docs.  So, I'm
>> guessing that this is somehow being caused by the way Apache was compiled.
>
>Fixed in my upcoming interim 1.0.5 release.

I though the point in not doing DNS lookups was that it increased the speed
at which the server could operate.

Doesn't it ship with "logresolve" which can be run to resolve the hostnames?

What I've been meaning to do is write a cron script to rotate the http
logs & resolve them overnight.

Austin


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