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2023-07-11

03:47 Lighttpd Support: RE: [WAD] How to exclude particular SSL errors from error.log?
Nice, I like it! It's a better approach than mine. I'll test it in my environment later this week and report back if ... cadence

2023-07-09

05:05 Lighttpd Support: RE: [WAD] How to exclude particular SSL errors from error.log?
Argh, I just noticed that we also need to handle error.log rotation. This is why I always try to avoid writing my own... cadence

2023-07-08

23:19 Lighttpd Support: RE: [WAD] How to exclude particular SSL errors from error.log?
Actually, it only uses 1 MB of RAM (I was looking at the wrong number).
For completeness, here is the actual code ...
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22:49 Lighttpd Support: RE: [WAD] How to exclude particular SSL errors from error.log?
I was able to make the piped logger method work. It takes less than 3 MB of RAM and uses almost no CPU. For those wh... cadence

2023-07-07

16:51 Lighttpd Support: RE: [WAD] How to exclude particular SSL errors from error.log?
> @debug.log-ssl-noise@ hides TLS "errors" that may not indicate a real error, and might be part of normal operation ... cadence
04:40 Lighttpd Support: RE: [WAD] How to exclude particular SSL errors from error.log?
Right, but in that previous post, we were able to come up with that @$HTTP["request-method"] != ""@ trick. Is there s... cadence
01:24 Lighttpd Support: [WAD] How to exclude particular SSL errors from error.log?
Hi. I noticed that 90% of the log entries in my @error.log@ file are the two following lines:
@(mod_openssl.c.3247...
cadence

2023-07-04

17:10 Lighttpd Support: RE: [Solved] How to exclude "PRI * HTTP/2.0" lines from the access.log
This looks awesome! It will definitely help manage the size of log files.
Thanks!
cadence

2023-07-03

18:32 Lighttpd Support: RE: [Solved] How to exclude "PRI * HTTP/2.0" lines from the access.log
While piped logger might be a viable solution for some, I'm certainly not going to be developing a piece of software,... cadence
04:06 Lighttpd Support: RE: [Solved] How to exclude "PRI * HTTP/2.0" lines from the access.log
Thanks for the answer. The piped logger method seems to require executing a separate process with each line that Lig... cadence

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