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D.6. Logging

Apache::DBILogger

Apache::DBILogger logs the same data normally sent to the TransferLog but writes it to a DBI database rather than a file on disk.

Author

Ask Bjoern Hansen, ask@netcetera.dk

Apache::DBILogConfig

Apache::DBILogConfig replicates the functionality of the standard Apache module, mod_log_config, but logs information in a DBI-compliant database instead of a file.

Author

Jason Bodnar, jbodnar@tivoli.com

Apache::Traffic

Apache::Traffic tracks the total number of hits and bytes transferred per day by the Apache web server, on a per-user basis. This allows for real-time statistics without having to parse the log files. The statistics are made available through the traffic script, which queries the shared memory segment or DBM file where log data is stored.

Author

Maurice Aubrey, maurice@hevanet.com

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