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accepted Which web framework uses 'eservice_enu' as part of its default path?
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comment Which web framework uses 'eservice_enu' as part of its default path?
Interesting. I see their URI nomenclature is example.com/apptype_lang, where apptype is any number of off-the-shelf applications (in this case, eService), and lang is the language locale (enu likely being US English). Thanks
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comment How to pass a url with appended # section to Twitter?
does %23 work? According to this question, it doesn't: stackoverflow.com/questions/9633205/…
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revised Apache on Windows - splitting vHost logs
periodic log rotation not supported by solution
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comment Apache on Windows - splitting vHost logs
Ah, interesting. I see the problem. I'm not sure a third-party program can achieve this without either: cycling apache (stop, perform log rotation ops, start); or: asking apache to temporarily yield the log file locks by closing the filehandle (an option which I don't believe apache provides). NTFS prevents other processes from anything other than read only access to a file opened for writing by apache. Many linux filesystems do not have this restriction, which I believe is why logrotate works well there. With lots of virtualhosts, cycling sounds painful. Sorry.
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comment Apache on Windows - splitting vHost logs
The document suggests a way to separate the log files, one per virtualhost. Read the "If CustomLog or ErrorLog directives are placed inside a section..." part. I think this is the better solution, because you do not have to run a log splitting tool at all. If you've got a lot of virtualhosts with a lot of logging activity, it's definitely better, because you won't have to periodically reread a large, unified log.
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