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Logging in Apache More about it

The Apache access logs stores information about events that occurred on your #Apache web #server. Apache web servers also provide administrators with another type of log file called error logs. 

The Apache error log has a logging level that filters the messages sent to the log. Apache #logs nothing for a single page request in warn level.

This log file is used to provide more information regarding a particular error that has occurred on the web server.

By default, you can find the Apache #access log file at the following path:

i. /var/log/apache/access. log.

ii. /var/log/apache2/access. log.

iii. /etc/httpd/logs/access_log.

To enable the Apache #HTTP access logs:

1. Open the Apache HTTP configuration at /Applications/MAMP/conf/apache/httpd.conf.

2. Find this line.

3. Change the line.

4. Restart Apache using the MAMP widgit.

5. Now, view your new logfiles!

Facts about Apache Thrift

Thrift can be set up to use HTTP and JSON pretty easily if you want it (say if your client is somewhere on the internet and needs to pass firewalls) Thrift supports persistent connections and avoids the continuous TCP and HTTP handshakes that HTTP incurs.

How to fix SSLSessionCache shmcb session cache not supported

SSLSessionCache: 'shmcb' error is usually triggered after upgrading the Apache from 2.2. to 2.4 version.

How to fix No matching DirectoryIndex Apache Error

Steps to fix  "No matching DirectoryIndex"  Apache web server error.

Solution to invalid command SSLEngine Error in apache

Effective method of fixing Invalid command SSLEngine Error in Apache web server.

Solve Error 505 HTTP Version Not Supported

Best method to fix Hyper Text Transfer Protocol (HTTP) error 505 Version Not Supported

Solving Apache error client denied by server configuration

Are you facing "Apache error client denied by server configuration" web server issue? Let us solve it for you!

Resolving Apache error 1066

Solving Apache error 1066 issues by fixing errors in the web server configuration file.

Solve 403 Forbidden permission error in Xampp server

We have dealt with server permission related server bugs for numerous customers as part of our Server Support Services.

Fix CodeIgniter Error 404

An #Error 404 is very common and we have seen our customers complain about it in their #CodeIgniter application website. This error means that there is a an incorrect configuration in the server files. Errors in the .htaccess file as well as the application routes.php file can cause this.

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