mod_log_sql gives Apache the capability of logging access-log entries to an SQL database. mod_log_sql is a logging module for Apache 1.3 and 2.0 which logs all requests to a database. This began a port of the Apache 1.3 version of the module by Chris Powell, and as of February 6th, 2004 Chris Powell and I have decided to switch maintainer-ship of the module over to me.
This module now compiles under Apache 1.3 and Apache 2.0 from the same source.
The 1.9x versions are to be considered beta quality, as they contain new features and some major code cleanups. If you are using Apache 1.3 it is recommended that you use mod_log_sql version 1.18. Only use the 1.9x releases if you need the new features they provide.
· MySQL >= 3.23.30
· libDBI >= 0.7.0 (Optional)
· Apache HTTPd >= 2.0.40 / >= 1.3.20
What's New in This Release:
· This release adds a new "V" log format which logs the requested hostname into virtual_host instead of the ServerName. This is exclusive to "v", Only one or the other can be used.
· There are several fixes in the configure system to not error out if an optional library or file is not found. And there are several fixes to the SQL generation code fixing escaping, table names, and NULL values.