Name

useragent_log

Synopsis

This directive causes Squid to create a log file of User-Agent strings. The file contains three fields: client identifier, timestamp, and user-agent string. The client identifier is an IP address, unless you enable the log_fqdn directive, in which case it is a hostname if one is available. Squid writes an entry for every HTTP request that has a User-Agent header. Unlike access.log, entries are written to this file when the request is received.

Syntax

useragent_log pathname

Default

No default

Example

useragent_log /usr/local/squid/var/logs/useragent.log

Related

log_fqdn, cache_access_log, referer_log

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