mdounin at mdounin.ru
Mon Jun 21 01:26:58 MSD 2010
On Fri, Jun 18, 2010 at 04:14:21PM -0500, Alan Gutierrez wrote:
> Maxim Dounin wrote:
> >Actually, most important thing to log is $upstream_response_time.
> >So it's not a good idea to log something in an "apache compatible"
> >format as you are going to log wrong metrics in this case.
> To this point, I'm really looking to create something that is
> *conceptually* compatible to the log format described in the
> original article, a log format geared towards generalized
> performance and security auditing, rather than hit counting. There
> is no need to record thread id, in Nginx, quite obviously. If there
> was a legacy of scripts for the "blackbox" log format described by
> Chris Josephes, that might be a different matter, but there are not.
> My own little Nginx "blackbox" format will include
> $upstream_response_time as you suggest.
Just a quick note:
You may also want to include $upstream_addr and
$upstream_status for configurations with more than one upstream
server, and $upstream_cache_status for configurations using
Other things to consider: $gzip_ratio, $pipe.
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