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     If you just want to check your web quota stats, you can type
     'webquota' at the shell, or see http://sdf.org/over
     Daily stats are posted at http://sdf.org/webstats
     VHOST member web stats at http://sdf.org/vhosts

     VHOST members receive webstats in email once a month on the first
     day of the month.

     If you want *more* information, then:
     Logfiles are saved on the machine that eventually fulfills the HTTP request.
     How to determine which machine that is? In most cases the host is
     a function of your membership level (third column of the table below). But if
     you've transferred your own domain for SDF hosting (VHOST subscription), or
     toggled hosting to the MetaArray using `mkhomepg -t` (MetaARPA only), then
     your host can be found in one of the last two rows of the table below.

     host     location               members        rollover   archived
     sdf      /var/log/httpd           users     daily @ 00:00    1 day
     faeroes  /var/log/httpd            ARPA     daily @ 00:00    1 day
     iceland  /var/log/httpd        MetaARPA     daily @ 00:00    1 day
     norge    /var/log/nginx/{vhost}   vhost     monthly        30 days
     mab      /meta/log             MetaARPA     daily @ 00:00    1 day

     The log file includes the following information. Depending on the server
     setup, you may see the fields presented in a different order, delimited by
     | or just by spaces.

     1. timestamp (UTC)
     2. your domain name 
     3. path and file
     4. remote IP
     5. bytes xfered
     6. number of seconds spent serving the request
     7. HTTPD return code 
     8. Refering URL (MetaARPA, VHOST and MOTD only)
     9. User Agent (Browser) (MetaARPA, VHOST and MOTD only)

     All CGIs (including PHP scripts) are run under the user's ID.
     Each server has two logfiles in /var/log/httpd which show
     suexec and suphp attempts.

     If you're still confused, a good rule of thumb is to ssh to
     LOGNAME@your-url and poke around in /var/log/httpd or /var/log/nginx (for vhost)


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