I don't know... not that I know of, but maybe.   The one time I did it I
wasn't really interested in the apache logs (the logging all happened in
the db).

I think your best bet is to use news.php, or configure apache to force
"news" to be interpreted by PHP, or use mod_rewrite to rewrite the urls to
some other form.


On Fri, 4 Jan 2002, Jason Murray wrote:

> > True, but if I remember right, the hit will end up in your
> > error_log not in your access_log.
> Ah. Bugger.
> But since this would require messing with your Apache config
> you could adjust that anyway surely?
> J

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