PHP logging to Apache error log
n.oxyde at gmail.com
Sat Sep 22 06:06:34 PDT 2007
Le 21 sept. 07 à 23:09, Chris Janton a écrit :
> On 2007-09-21 , at 13:14 , Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>> I am the maintainer of php5 (along with jwa). I have received your
>> question but have not had time to reproduce the problem or
>> investigate a solution yet. I have been out of town without
>> network access.
> According to comments/notes found here
> the error log that Apache wants to write to must be writable by the
> Apache user - www.
> If you change the ownership on this file
> error_log = /Users/simon/Library/Logs/php_error.log
> chown www /Users/simon/Library/Logs/php_error.log
> and restart Apache errors *should* get written to that log file. Of
> course now you may have problems with CLI PHP writing to that file,
> but, well...
> Works for me
> php5 @5.2.4_0+apache+darwin_8+macosx+mysql5+pear (active)
> Chris Janton - face at CentosPrime dot COM
> Netminder for Opus1.COM
From what I know, Apache modules will write log messages in Apache
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