2011年2月26日星期六

Re: Passing variables to access_log, error_log names

Hello!

On Sat, Feb 26, 2011 at 04:49:48PM -0500, ajgon wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I am configuring an automagic virtual hosting on my private machine, to
> serve myself projects which I currently work on. Configuration I'm using
> is like this:
>
> server {
> listen 80;
> server_name ~^(www\.)?(?P[^.]+).mydomain.com$;

Just a side note: forum is still eating data (originally
"P<project>" was here), you may want to consider using mailing
list directly instead.

> root /home/ajgon/htdocs/$project;
> access_log /var/log/nginx/$project.mydomain.com.access_log main;
> error_log /var/log/nginx/$project.mydomain.com.error_log info;
> include lang/php;
> }
>
> Everything is working as expected - except one thing. I'm getting two
> log files with following names:
> /var/log/nginx/$project.mydomain.com.access_log
> /var/log/nginx/$project.mydomain.com.error_log
> for any Vhost.
>
> Is there any sollution to make nginx parse the variable and set proper
> log name?

There is no variables support in error_log directive (and it's
unlikely to appear), so "...error_log" file is expected. Use
common error_log for all vhosts instead.

Variables in access_log should work as of 0.7.4+. On the other
hand, named captures in regular expressions only supported in
0.8.25+. Are you sure you see "...access_log" file? Which
version you are using?

Maxim Dounin

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