This is a guest post by Thomas Eisenbarth. Thomas studied computer science at the University of Augsburg, currently works at BINconsult GmbH, Berlin and co-founded makandra GmbH in Augsburg. He and his teams develop and operate web applications. Everybody knows those tools for analyzing logfiles written out by your favorite httpd: awstats, WebAlizer (yes, this … Continue reading Data Mining Apache Logfiles
I know I might be going out on a limb here, but I recently got burnt pretty badly by _not_ having any test harness around my Apache configuration. We maintain a database of some 15K rewrites and I accidentally blew this away. But it gets worse - we didn't even notice for a whole week! … Continue reading Test driven Apache configuration?