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iPrint creating huge Apache Logs

Hello Novell Fans,

I have a server that, since about a month ago (the server is two or three
years old) has been creating 15 to 20 log files of about 5 meg each in
\apache\logs.

The logs are access logs.
All the lines are ...POST /ipp/<printer stuff>... 200 404

Any idea how to turn this off?

Thanks in Advance,
Brian
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Re: iPrint creating huge Apache Logs

BriGuy@wayoutthere.com wrote:
> Hello Novell Fans,
>
> I have a server that, since about a month ago (the server is two or three
> years old) has been creating 15 to 20 log files of about 5 meg each in
> \apache\logs.
>
> The logs are access logs.
> All the lines are ...POST /ipp/<printer stuff>... 200 404
>
> Any idea how to turn this off?
>
> Thanks in Advance,
> Brian


I guess not. : o (

Bri
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Re: iPrint creating huge Apache Logs

brian wrote:
> BriGuy@wayoutthere.com wrote:
>> Hello Novell Fans,
>>
>> I have a server that, since about a month ago (the server is two or three
>> years old) has been creating 15 to 20 log files of about 5 meg each in
>> \apache\logs.
>>
>> The logs are access logs.
>> All the lines are ...POST /ipp/<printer stuff>... 200 404
>>
>> Any idea how to turn this off?
>>
>> Thanks in Advance,
>> Brian

>
> I guess not. : o (


I don't know if you can turn off logging altogether, but you could sure
try. Comment out (as in add the # character to the beginning of the
line) any log file references in sys:/apache/conf/httpd.conf
Then restart apache.

Hope that helps.
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Re: iPrint creating huge Apache Logs

Hi,

I think I'll try that. I can't remember ever looking at that log for any
reason any way.

Thanks,
Brian

iPrint Linux wrote:
>
> I don't know if you can turn off logging altogether, but you could sure
> try. Comment out (as in add the # character to the beginning of the
> line) any log file references in sys:/apache/conf/httpd.conf
> Then restart apache.
>
> Hope that helps.

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