Logging for multiple sites
sfoutrel at bcstechno.com
Wed Nov 26 17:32:27 CET 2008
What about doing a massive ncsa log, then parse it for each domain with your stats software ?
Or maybe splitting it in different logs in post production ?
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Envoyé : mercredi 26 novembre 2008 17:09
À : Marcus Smith
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Objet : Re: Logging for multiple sites
So, if i've got 900 domains, do i have to start 900 varnishlog processes?
2008/11/26 Marcus Smith <marcussmith at britarch.ac.uk>:
> Dag-Erling Smørgrav wrote:
>> Actually varnishncsa uses the same log filtering / selection code as
>> varnishlog, which *can* select requests based on URL. Extending
>> varnishncsa to do the same should not be too hard.
>> Other issues with varnishncsa / varnishlog: varnishlog doesn't allow -o
>> and -w to be used at the same time. There is no reason why it
>> shouldn't. If it did, you could play tricks like this:
>> varnishlog -w /dev/stdout -c -o RxURL foo | varnishncsa -r /dev/stdin
> Ah, I see! Hmmm.
> Well in that case, is there any reason why I shouldn't simply do
> something like:
> varnishlog -c -o RxHeader "Host: (www\.)?example1\.com" >
> /path/to/logs/example1.log &
> varnishlog -c -o RxHeader "Host: (www\.)?example2\.com" >
> /path/to/logs/example2.log &
> ...etc for each site, logging each to a separate varnish log file?
> I could then use varnishncsa's '-r' option to convert them into NCSA
> format once the logs are rotated out. It seems like that would do
> pretty much what I want.
> Many thanks,
> Marcus Smith
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> The Council for British Archaeology
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