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Recently upgraded apache to 1.3.29 and now my logs are showing what seem to be redirects. Is this what these are? They used to show up as 400 messages. 218.93.22.69 - - [06/Nov/2003:15:21:24 -0600] "GET http://www.eachnet.com/ HTTP/1.1" 200 2892 61.187.156.242 - - [06/Nov/2003:19:34:47 -0600] "GET http://www./ HTTP/1.1" 200 2892 What am I missing here? I haven't made any changes to my httpd.conf file so why are these now 200 instead of 400 messages? -- Confucius: He who play in root, eventually kill tree. Registered with The Linux Counter. http://counter.li.org/ Slackware 9.1.0 Kernel 2.4.22 SMP i686 (GCC) 3.3.2 Uptime: 31 days, ...

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    Default Apache config question.


    Recently upgraded apache to 1.3.29 and now my logs are showing
    what seem to be redirects. Is this what these are? They used to
    show up as 400 messages.

    218.93.22.69 - - [06/Nov/2003:15:21:24 -0600] "GET
    http://www.eachnet.com/ HTTP/1.1" 200 2892
    61.187.156.242 - - [06/Nov/2003:19:34:47 -0600] "GET
    http://www./ HTTP/1.1" 200 2892

    What am I missing here? I haven't made any changes to my
    httpd.conf file so why are these now 200 instead of 400 messages?

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    David Guest

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    On Fri, 07 Nov 2003 02:04:20 GMT, David <net> wrote: 

    What is the last number on a log line like this when you access your
    default home page. If you are not running mod_proxy (or related
    directives), and logs for your home page show the same 2892 bytes that
    these 2 do, it is likely just failed attempts to see if your server is an
    open proxy. The 200 means it did successfully receive something, but just
    your default home page in this case.

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    David Efflandt wrote: 
    >
    > What is the last number on a log line like this when you access your
    > default home page. If you are not running mod_proxy (or related
    > directives), and logs for your home page show the same 2892 bytes that
    > these 2 do, it is likely just failed attempts to see if your server is an
    > open proxy. The 200 means it did successfully receive something, but just
    > your default home page in this case.[/ref]

    I get a "200 2892" message when I access my homepage but it
    doesn't show any domain name like the lines above but this is
    from a system on my LAN.

    192.168.113.20 - - [06/Nov/2003:23:14:08 -0600] "GET / HTTP/1.1"
    200 2892

    That makes me feel a little better I thought someone had figured
    out a way to either use my system as a proxy or to redirect
    through my system. I'll have to go back through some of my old
    logs and take a look at them. I thought when there was a domain
    name in the line it showed a 400 error message but I may have it
    mixed up with something else.

    Thanks.

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    David Guest

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