In previous chapters, I discussed configuring several Apache features. But I haven’t discussed the most important Apache feature you’ll use: logging. Apache supplies two types of log files that track the activities of the Apache web server, ranging from errors encountered with the application and modules to pages requested by your website’s users. This chapter shows you how to take advantage of one of Apache’s most powerful features.
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Harkness, D.J. (2022). Log Files. In: Apache Essentials. Apress, Berkeley, CA. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-8324-0_6
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