emmiller+gmane at gmail.com
Sat Jun 23 20:12:14 MSD 2007
smiley <smileyrecords.tk at ...> writes:
> so therefore this script would send a test 10MB file to the client and the
> session_id would be logged into the access-log
> this is an incredibly usefull feature as the logs can be parsed later to
> deduce how much bandwidth was used per session!
Try a variation on this:
log_format my_log_format "$bytes_sent $upstream_http_x_session_id"
access_log /somewhere/access.log my_log_format
Then send the header from the PHP script as "X-Session-ID". Use
proxy_hide_header if you wish to suppress X-Session-ID from the client.
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