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    How to tell if Aleph Web page has been accessed


    • Product: Aleph
    • Product Version: 20, 21, 22, 23
    • Relevant for Installation Type: Dedicated-Direct, Direct, Local, Total Care



    How to tell if an Aleph Web page has been accessed?


    Do cd $LOGDIR and search for the page in the www_server logs.  In the case of the http://.....:899n/C pages, one can search for accesses of all of the www_c_lng pages in all of the www_server logs like this:

      > grep www_c_eng www_server*

    An individual page could be searched for like this:

      > grep 'www_c_eng/c-login' www_server*

    But it should be noted that, since the www_server logs can be quite large, aleph_startup is set to remove logs older than 7 days:

        setenv KEEP_LOGDIR 7   # default for keeping logs is 7 days

    {Note:  the z69 OPAC Event records do not contain these http://.....:899n/C transactions, only http://.....:899n/F (and z39.50 searches).}



    • Article last edited: 27-May-2016
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