I checked your original message again. It says something about some SwamiSalami hostname.
Yes. It's a cartoon character from my local newspaper; other than also being the hostname for my fbsd box probably off-topic for this list.
Is that by any chance the 'ServerName' of the main server? That is what mod_unique_id is trying to resolve. If no ServerName is set, it takes the hostname of the computer.
I've specified in httpd.conf
In a VirtualHost directive
<VirtualHost *> ServerName SwamiSalami.face2interface.domain ServerAlias SwamiSalami </VirtualHost>
Ok, I changed the ServerName to SwamiSalami.face2interface.domain too but that still yields the same error when trying to load mod_unique_id.
In a nutshell: if you don't care about mod_usertrack or wrongly detected duplicate loglines, you have no use for mod_unique_id.
This is a sandbox I'm developing, and have been more involved lately in learning the needed overhead skills than my actual development tasks.
FWIW, regarding this idea of connecting tons of computers together, i.e. the "internet" thing -- at this point I'm feeling it's all way too complicated and will never work. Oh, wait a minute......
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