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  Hi...I couldn't find a better topic area to post this on so here it is....I've upgraded NCSA 1.5.2 to Apache 1.3 and Apache didn't like the line Referers Log in httpd.conf that NCSA had been using....I need to know what line to use with Apache to support a Referers Log ....this is on Solaris 2.5.1, but I can't see why it would make a difference...Adam
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Hi,

  Taken from www.apache.org man page:

RefererLog

Syntax: RefererLog file-pipe
Default: RefererLog logs/referer_log
Context: server config, virtual host
Status: Extension
(This's an extension to Apache's httpd, it's not by default compiled in the core httpd)
Module: mod_log_referer
(This's the module name)

The RefererLog directive sets the name of the file to which the server will log the Referer header of incoming requests. File-pipe is one of

A filename
       A filename relative to the ServerRoot.
`|' followed by a command
       A program to receive the referrer log information on its standard input. Note the a new program will not be started for a VirtualHost if it inherits the RefererLog from the main server.

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You will have to read the installation manual on how to include
the module. It's not compiled in by default. The manual is very
clear itself.

Regards,
n0thing
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Thanks a lot!  Adam
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