Problems with the Windows version of XAMPP, questions, comments, and anything related.
I am running Moodle on Xampp with Apache server. I would like to access the Apache log files for retrieving some details pertaining to activities like timestamp for visiting certain pages in Moodle. I am told that these details are not logged in the Moodle databases but are surely recorded in the Apache log files.
What I would like to know is how can I access the Apache log files? Are they available through phpmyadmin or through some other means? And any idea which all tables I should be accessing?
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Ahhh - they are in \xampp\apache\logs -
They are CSV 'type' text files in which you can set/configure the delimiters.
There are reporting tools that work with them including 'webalizer' (for the access.log & included with XAMPP).http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.4/logs.html
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Another way to access the Apache logfiles:
XAMPP control panel => [Logs] Button => Apache (access.log) / Apache (error.log)
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