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From "Joshua Slive" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] How to get only user logging and logout logs into separate log file???
Date Wed, 02 May 2007 13:29:51 GMT
On 5/2/07, rakesh zingade <> wrote:

> I am getting current user statistics in ../apache/logs/access_log.cur file.
> If any user tries to login then I get following lines in the access_log.cur
> - - [02/May/2007:13:09:23 +0300] "GET /html/LaunchPage.nhtml
> HTTP/1.1" 403 6041
> - - [02/May/2007:13:09:58 +0300] "POST /access/cgi-bin/fmlogin
> HTTP/1.1" 302 -
> - genadmin [02/May/2007:13:10:01 +0300] "GET
> /html/LaunchPage.nhtml HTTP/1.1" 200 938
> - genadmin [02/May/2007:13:10:14 +0300] "GET /html/gui.jar
> HTTP/1.1" 304 -
> if user logged out then I get the following line
> - genadmin [02/May/2007:13:13:25 +0300] "GET
> /html/dataservices/cgi-bin/AdminServices/logout HTTP/1.1"
> 200 -
> I want the only above mentioned log lines in another file. How can I
> configured this functionality in Apache?

Really, the best way to do this is to log everything and then extract
what you want to a new file using some log analysis tool (or a custom
script, or just "grep").

But if you really want apache to do it, it would look something like
SetEnvIf Request_URI  ^/html/LaunchPage\.nhtml authlog
SetEnvIf Request_URI  ^/access/cgi-bin/fmlogin authlog
(and similar for the other pages, followed  by)
CustomLog logs/auth_log combined env=authlog

> Also please Can anyone give me the
> link where from I can study basics of Apache?

If you are really starting from scratch, it is probably a good idea to
buy a book, since the online docs assume some familiarity with basic
unix and web concepts. But the basic docs are here:


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