Re: apache mysql vhosts
Dr. Ender Aysal wrote:
> Does anybody have an idea how i can tell apache 1.3 to store the
> log-file for each domain in the document-root of every virtual domain
From the documentation found at
"The main disadvantage is that you cannot have a different log file for
each virtual host; however if you have very many virtual hosts then
doing this is dubious anyway because it eats file descriptors. It is
better to log to a pipe or a fifo and arrange for the process at the
other end to distribute the logs to the customers (it can also
accumulate statistics, etc.)."
Apache can only use about 250 file descriptors at once, and each logfile
uses 1 file descriptor. So if you have many many websites, it might be
better to still use the standard /var/log/apache/access.log and add %h
at the beginning of the default log format. %h is the virtual hostname.
Then, using a script, you can split the huge logfile into separate
logfiles for access analysis for instance (webalizer) with the default
format (without the beginning %h that will most likely screw up webalizer).
Try looking at that URL, section "split-logfile and logcron script" :
I use that and it works pretty well..
(that being said, the article also explains why it's a bad idea to store
logfiles in the website's home directory...)
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