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comment How do I capture incoming HTTP requests for analysis?
The log excerpt with uname and password is not really a log of POST data, it is from a log of the fields in the login submission form (which is populated by the WCMS with POST data). I guess I can dig into the WCMS source code (it is Drupal 7) and insert code to extract the data from there, but I'd hoped that I could do it all with Apache2.
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comment Can a CMS be installed in a central location to be used by multiple sites?
Making the CMS appear to live in ~/projects/projectN, while its files actually resides in ~/lib/<cmsname> is part of what multi-siting is about (the other part is to make management simpler by having just one core configuration to maintain). However, since each CMS do this slightly differently, there exists no solution where you do not have to care about how it is implemented in the CMS. If it is this type of solution you're looking for, you need to update your question to make this clear. I've already amended my answer.