Apache Logs : wrong entries in log files

Apache Logs : wrong entries in log files

Post by Ross Kram » Tue, 23 Feb 1999 04:00:00

I am running Apache/1.2.6 on FreeBSD.  

My apache logs for the virtualhosts on my system are getting mix up.
Example: Transaction and Referer logs from one virtualhost appear like
100's of hits are coming from other virtual hosts on my system.

Virtualhost A may appear in the logs of virtualhost B and vice versa.
Anyone have any ideas here?  Thanks.



1. Need HELP to Log User Log-ins form the internet


I've setup a FreeBSD 4.1.1-STABLE box to connect a network to the internet
with natd and ipfw firewall.
I've also setup the FreeBSD box to let teleworkers log in with FTP and

Now I would like to log FTP and telnet Log-in's from teleworkers who connect
to the machine from the internet.
I woul like to see the time and IP numer from which users Log-in.

I have looked at the /var/log/messages file but this only shows SU Login's.

All help is greatly appriciated!


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