!httpd.conf VirtualHost settings
Install [http://www.cronolog.org|cronolog]. It's cool, fast, and simple. The following VirtualHost block is designed to make efficient log files by removing the junk and the bots. This allows log analysers, like our favorite [http://www.boutell.com|wusage], to go a hell of a lot faster. You can also analyse the bots separately from the real people.

<VirtualHost *:80>
ServerAdmin root@bitweaver.org
ServerName www.bitweaver.org
DocumentRoot /home/bitweaver/live
ErrorLog logs/bitweaver/error_log
# Do not log images and junk - adjust to your site since file sharing abuses can be detected this way
SetEnvIf Request_URI "(\.gif|\.png|\.jpg|\.css|\.js|jscompressor.php|bitversion.txt|\.ico|ie7-load\.htc)$" nolog
# Pull out all the bots and log them to a different place
SetEnvIf User-Agent ".*(Accoona|almaden|Bot|Baiduspider|ichiro|JemmaTheTourist|Netcraft|bot|oogle|dir.com|Yahoo|Slurp|slurp|herlock|cfetch|Crawler|ia_archiver|Teoma|LinkWalker|grub|sohu|nusearch|updated.com|voyager|www.walhello.com).*" NOLOG=nolog
SetEnvIf User-Agent ".*(Accoona|almaden|Bot|Baiduspider|ichiro|JemmaTheTourist|Netcraft|bot|oogle|dir.com|Yahoo|Slurp|slurp|herlock|cfetch|Crawler|ia_archiver|Teoma|LinkWalker|grub|sohu|nusearch|updated.com|voyager|www.walhello.com).*" BOT=bot
# Set up the log format to use mod_cookie
LogFormat "%h %l %u %t \"%r\" %>s %b %v \"%{Referer}i\" \"%{User-agent}i\" \"%{Cookie}n\"" combinedcookie
# CustomLog pipes through cronolog and neatly organizes your log files by year. Having all _access and _error for 1 year in one directory is a good balance
CustomLog "|/usr/local/sbin/cronolog --symlink=/var/log/httpd/bitweaver/access_log /var/log/httpd/bitweaver/%Y/%Y-%m-%d-access_log" combinedcookie env=!nolog
CustomLog "|/usr/local/sbin/cronolog --symlink=/var/log/httpd/bots/bot_log /var/log/httpd/bitweaver/bots/%Y/%Y-%m-%d_bot_access_log" combinedcookie env=bot

CookieDomain .bitweaver.org
CookieExpires "1 months"
CookieName mod_usertrack
CookieTracking on


!php.ini configuration
Log all of your php data to a file!

; Log errors to specified file.
error_log = /var/log/httpd/php_log

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