[nycphp-talk] PHP Solution for Website stats

Daniel Convissor danielc at
Fri Jun 4 20:13:47 EDT 2004

Hi Jeff:

On Thu, Jun 03, 2004 at 05:44:11PM -0400, Jeff Siegel wrote:
> The problem seems to be that some things are not making it into the logs

So, are you looking at the raw http logs from Apache?  Or are you looking 
at stuff the ISP produces for you?

... snip, you do know how to snip, right Jeff? ...


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> btw i had it bookmarked and lost it and cant find it off zend=20
> but there was a page with php4 v. php5 changes for module=20
> structure, any idea where that is?  can a few DEFINES make a=20
> module run 4+5?

I kinda of think that might work, but am not quite sure either.  If
anyone can dig that up, I'd like to see it, too.


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