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Re: JServ logging

On Tue, 28 Mar 2000, Andreas Tille wrote:

> On Mon, 27 Mar 2000, Peter M Kahle wrote:
> > In my /etc/apache/jserv.conf file, I have the following line, which seems
> > to be working:
> > ApJServLogFile /var/log/apache/jserv.log
> From my /etc/apache/jserv.conf:

This is for non-standalone jserv environment.

> # Syntax: ApJServLogFile [filename]
> # Default: "./logs/mod_jserv.log"
> # Note: when set to "DISABLED", the log will be redirected to Apache error log
> # Debian note: DO NOT SET THIS OPTION HERE - use /etc/apache/httpd.conf!
> #ApJServLogFile DISABLED
> Should I really ignore hints printed UPERCASE?
> From my /etc/apache/httpd.conf:
> <IfModule mod_jserv.c>
> # The following line is for apacheconfig - DO NOT REMOVE!
> Include /etc/jserv/jserv.conf
> </IfModule>
> OK, mod_jserv package is obsolete since the latest jserv packages,
> but *what* is the right way now and where is the right place to
> tell Apache/Jserv where to store the logs?

In jserv.properties the log.file clause should be used.

It may be worth creating a /var/run/jserv and /var/log/jserv directory
with non-root ownership, so you don't need to be root to start a jserv

Robert Varga

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