• Subject: Re: ACCESSLOG and multiple hosts ("virtual hosts")
  • From: "Brad Stone" <brad@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 07 Aug 2001 13:05:21 -0500

The only way is to put a uniquely named object and reference
on each site.  Like for onesite have a 1 pixel transparent
gif names something unique.  Then you can count "hits" on
this image to get hit counts for each site.

There is no way around this using virual hosts/host headers.
At least not yet.

Brad

On Tue, 7 Aug 2001 15:22:25 +0200
 "JeanMichel" <jmpenasse@experia.com> wrote:
> HI all,
> I've have many hosts on a single HTTP configuration (i.e.
> multiple http domain server on a single ip address,aka
> "Virtual Hosts") but in the accesslog/errorlog/..., I
> can't find for which server (hosts) is a request.
> Is thre any way to get that information (to serve a log
> of accesses for each domain separatly)
> 
> TIA
> Jean-Michel Penasse
> EXPERIA Europe
> jmpenasse@experia.com
> +33(0)4.76.67.07.70
> www.experia.com 
> 
> 

Bradley V. Stone
BVS.Tools
www.bvstools.com
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