RE: giving users their own http logs

From: Chris W. Parker (
Date: 01/09/04

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    Date: Fri, 9 Jan 2004 11:45:18 -0800

    Ed Wilts <>
        on Friday, January 09, 2004 11:41 AM said:

    > I've got this included in my VirtualHost directive and it's working
    > fine (other non-relevant parts were snipped):


    > I then have a webalizer directive that processes these logs and throws
    > the output back into a subdirectory of the DocumentRoot. This
    > approach seems to work fine for me.

    Thanks for response Ed but I'm not using virtual hosts (right now at
    least). How should I change your example to work with what I'm doing

    I want all activity within ~username/ to be logged. Does this make a big


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