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PENLOG(1)		    General Commands Manual		     PENLOG(1)

NAME
       penlog -	pipe Apache logs to penlogd

SYNOPSIS
       penlog server_ip	server_port [my_ip]

EXAMPLE
       penlog lbhost:10000

DESCRIPTION
       Penlog  reads webserver log entries from	stdin and sends	them using UDP
       to penlogd. It is intended for Apache's "reliable piped logs".  To  use
       penlog  from  Apache,  add  a  command  like  this  to the web server's
       httpd.conf:

       CustomLog "|/usr/local/bin/penlog somehost 10000" common

       The optional third argument is used  if	the  server  has  several  ad-
       dresses.	  Penlogd  uses	the source address to identify the server, and
       it must be identical to the address configured in the command  line  to
       Pen.

SEE ALSO
       pen(1), penlogd(1)

AUTHOR
       Copyright (C) 2002-2015 Ulric Eriksson, <ulric@siag.nu>.

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