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Re: feature question : logging

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2001-08-23 21:10:08 CEST

"B. W. Fitzpatrick" <fitz@red-bean.com> writes:

> > I was curious if subversion would do anything better for logging then
> > the pitiful crap that cvs does(nt)? Or would it all rely on apache logs?
> > If it relies on apache logs will there be an operator to log to its own
> > file or configure it in any way?
> Well, using repository hooks, you could probably log all sorts of
> interesting stuff. Maybe you could open a post-1.0 issue with the kind
> of info you'd like to see in logging.

Right now, Apache is simply logging all accesses in access_log. When
you do a subversion checkout, for example, the Apache log shows a
bazillion http PROPFIND and GET requests. But this is logging at the
level of the DAV protocol. If you want logging at a "higher" level,
then as Fitz said, it's probably best to do that via read/write hook
scripts that are part of the repository itself.

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