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is there a way to use the two log directives of mod_security in the same
manner as the Apache CustomLog or ErrorLog directives?
I pipe my logs to cronolog to get logfiles per day/week/month and the same
thing would be cool to have for the mod_security logs. Unfortunately this
does not work at the moment.
Any chance to get this into one of the next releases?
CustomLog "|/usr/bin/cronolog --symlink=/var/log/apache/access_log
1024D/40F14012 18F3 736A 4080 303C E61E 2E72 7E05 1F6E 40F1 4012
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From: Ivan Ristic <ivanr@we...> - 2004-10-04 09:49:30
> is there a way to use the two log directives of mod_security in the same
> manner as the Apache CustomLog or ErrorLog directives?
Not at the moment, but there will be in the future. I am only not
sure whether it will be possible to have a piped audit log in
Apache 1.3.x. Concurrent access control in Apache 1.3.x is done
via the file locking mechanism and I don't know yet if that works
with piped logs (I suspect not).
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