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Re: Very basic traffic measurement for svnserve?

From: Molle Bestefich <molle.bestefich_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-02-28 19:11:08 CET

John Peacock wrote:
> Molle Bestefich wrote:
>> Do what everybody else does and output errors and warnings to:
>> - Syslog if running on Unix
> This is a slight exaggeration, since Apache (for example) has it's own logging
> subsystem and doesn't use Syslog at all (though I think you can make it use
> syslog if you want). AFAIK, this is due to the known issues with classical
> syslog's behavior under extreme load.

File a bug against syslog-ng =)

>> - Eventlog if running on Windows (cmon, it's like 1-2 lines of code & it
>> makes you instantly compatible with what everybody else does)
> Eventlog has it's own problems (like not including file rotation, so the log
> file can fill up).

The NT eventlog is very versatile, and there's a million tools out
there that will rotate, twist and turn and optionally suck every event
out of it and produce a neat report for you. For every day use, you
can right-click a log in the viewer and choose "overwrite events as
needed", "overwrite old events", "don't overwrite". If you want to
rotate the log, schedule a script that does this using eg. AT.
Example log rotate script here (2nd example):
There's a bunch of other sites that carry examples - it's basic WMI 101.

> There is no reason to limit _this_ project to a single logging scheme. If the
> logging subsystem is pluggable, then it can support all of these schemes without
> bias towards any.

Sounds very reasonable.
Can't say I'd vote for stdout being the default on any system though :-)

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Received on Mon Feb 28 19:12:40 2005

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