Changes between Version 6 and Version 7 of web_server_logs


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Dec 7, 2013, 4:08:46 PM (6 years ago)
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Benjamin Melançon
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    8 In that directory, the file named `web.log` is the most recent log, `web.log.1` is from the previous full week, and `web.log.2.gz`, `web.log.3.gz`, etc. are compressed logs from previous weeks.
     8In that directory, the file named `web.log` is the most recent log, `web.log.1` is from the previous full week, and `web.log.2.gz`, `web.log.3.gz`, etc. are compressed logs from previous weeks.  (This is the [http://httpd.apache.org/docs/current/logs.html#accesslog Apache access log].)
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    1010In addition, you will see `error.log`, which has the same naming convention. The `web.log` files are "access" logs - meaning they have a line for every item on your web site that was requested. `error.log` shows errors that were encountered.
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    12 These logs, written to by the Apache web server that runs your site, and will include any PHP errors and notices caused by your site.  This is useful for diagnosing errors in the functioning of your site and checking for potential problems indicated by notices.
     12These logs, written to by the Apache web server that runs your site, and will include any PHP errors and notices caused by your site.  This is useful for diagnosing errors in the functioning of your site and checking for potential problems indicated by notices.  In short, read Apache logs for [http://docs.php.net/manual/en/function.error-log.php PHP errors]. 
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    1414== Turn On web logging ==