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An access-log receives output describing each request received by the server. It is commonly used in conjunction with analyzing tools to determine statistics and patterns of use for a website.

The access-log directive controls the information Resin writes with each request. It can appear in any environment (i.e. within a server, host, or web-app).



directive meaning default
auto-flush flush after each log entry false
path output path for the stream either path-format or path is required
path-format the name of a file to write the log to, date format escape sequences are replaced with the current date and time either path or path-format is required
rollover-period how often to rollover the log. Specify a period in days (15D), weeks (2W), months (1M), or hours (1h) none
rollover-size maximum size of the file before a rollover occurs. Specify a size in bytes (50000), kb (128kb), or megabytes (10mb) 1mb
archive-format the format for the archive filename when a rollover occurs path + ".%Y%m%d" or path + ".%Y%m%d.%H" if rollover-period < 1 day


code meaning
%b content length
%h remote IP address
%\{xxx}i request header xxx
%\{xxx}o response header xxx
%\{xxx}c cookie value xxx
%n request attribute
%r request URL
%s status code
%\{xxx}t date with optional time format
%T time of request in seconds
%D time of request in microseconds (3.0.15)
%u remote user
%U request URL

Custom log handlers

resin:type allows for custom logging. Applications can extend a custom class from com.caucho.http.log.AccessLog. Bean-style initialization can be used to set bean parameters in the custom class.

The followng example shows the configuration for a theoretical test.MyLog class that extends com.caucho.http.log.AccessLog. Since the configuration is contained within a host, the test/Mylog.class must be available in the class-loader for the host.

  <access-log resin:type='test.MyLog'>

See also

A general overview of logging facilities in Resin
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