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Simply add this to whatever apache startup script you have, or if you are on a MAC, create a new automator application. This will show a pretty growl notification whenever theres a new Apache error log entry. Useful for local development
This will be very helpful when you are debugging shell scripts, where
you don?t want to display the echo statement and interested in only
looking at the error messages. Similarly use 2> to supress error messages
Crash Override, man!
Apparently the exec call tricks BASH into setting the output buffer size to 0 under the assumption that the system (or the calling shell) will handle the output buffering. trapping the ERR signal will stop the subshell from dying and sending the ERR signal to the main script--which will terminate immediately if it does--when the program fails.
The only problem is that the kernel will output a whole bunch of stack trace garbage directly to the console device once the process segfaults, so there's no way to prevent it from being output [that I know of].
This command will return a full list of Error 404 pages in the given access log. The following variables have been given to awk
Hostname ($2), ERROR Code ($9), Missing Item ($7), Referrer ($11)
You can then send this into a file (>> /path/to/file), which you can open with OpenOffice as a CSV
Using the grep command, retrieve all lines from any log files in /var/log/ that have one of the problem states
perror should be installed if mysql-server package is installed