[RndTbl] apache logging full path of script run?

Adam Thompson athompso at athompso.net
Thu Mar 31 18:32:38 CDT 2016


I *think* %f does what you want.  Not sure when it was introduced. If 
you need newer httpd on RHEL6, look at the "IUS" repositories run by 

On 16-03-31 06:06 PM, Trevor Cordes wrote:
> Does anyone know if you can make apache log the full path to a hit (i.e.
> script run or jpg served up).  It logs the basedir-relative path by
> default it seems:
> - - [31/Mar/2016:18:02:16 -0500] "GET /index.phtml HTTP/1.1" 200 9024 "" "Go-http-client/1.1"
> Instead of /index.phtml I'd like to see:
> /var/www/html/app1/index.phtml
> One might say, ah, but you know where index.phtml lives, so just use find
> or something.  In this case it doesn't help me because I serve up 1 of
> about 5 different index.phtml depending on whether the hit is https,
> "dev", "live", "demo" (hostname, vhosts, etc).
> I don't want to use separate log files, as I'd have a ton of them, and
> eyeballing them all for discrepancies would be a pain.
> Also, I think the "GET /index.phtml" doesn't even have to represent a
> file, I think that's just the raw URI.  I do use mod_rewrite a lot in some
> parts and it would be nice to have it log the final file it decides to
> serve up, not just the URI that might get hacked and mangled.
> Thanks!
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