NGINX and mod_log_sql
daniel at mostertman.org
Tue Mar 10 16:50:39 UTC 2015
You most likely put nginx in front of Apache.
If that's the case, then chances are that you see the address in your
logs that nginx contacts Apache from, instead of the user connecting to
You might want to look into passing the IP of the visitor to your
A good example can be found easily with a search engine, like this:
Hope this helps,
Fabián M Sales schreef op 10-3-2015 om 17:48:
> Any idea?
> On 04/03/15 15:18, Fabián M Sales wrote:
>> Hello List.
>> I use mod_log_sql-1.10 compiled into Apache / 2.4.7 and write
>> correctly in MySQL.
>> In the nginx web server with the IP writer in MySQL is the IP of the
>> webserver and not the client IP to access the website.
>> You might still be able to write the client IP and non-IP using nginx
>> Firma Institucional
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