mod_log_sql Apache provides the capability of logging access log entries in a SQL database. mod_log_sql is a registration module for Apache 1.3 and 2.0 which logs all requests to a database. It started a port of version 1.3 of Apache by Chris Powell, and also from February 6, 2004 Chris Powell and I decided to change ship-support module to me. This module now compiles Apache 1.3 and Apache 2.0 from the same source.The versions 1.9x are to be considered beta quality, because they contain new features and some major code cleanups. If you use Apache 1.3 It is recommended that you use version mod_log_sql 1.18. Use only the 1.9x releases If you need the new features they provide.Requirements: · MySQL> = 3.23.30 · libdbi> = 0.7.0 (optional) · Apache httpd> = 2.0.40 /> = 1.3.20What 's New in This Release: · This version adds a new "V" log format that records the host name requested in virtual_host instead of ServerName. This is exclusive "v", only one or the other may be used. § There several patches in the system to configure an error if a library or optional file is not found. And there are several fixes to code generation SQL fixing escape table names and nulls.