Default Logging?

Hi. I am using nginx version 0.7.65, compiled with wsgi and geoip.
The configuration tells the access log to save the file on /mnt.
The problem is that for one that, there is no access log… An example
of the configuration is as follows:

server {
// …
if (condition 1) {
access_log /mnt/file.txt
// Other things things
}

if (condition 2) {
  access_log  /mnt/file2.txt
  // Other things things 2
}

if (condition 3) {
    // Other things things 3
}

}

The problem is that when condition 3 happens, it logs the combiend
data to NGINX_FOLDER/logs/access.log in the combined way… There
isn’t any other access_log (the ones on nginx.conf were deleted). So
the question is: nginx always log to logs/access.log if there is no
log?

Thanks in advance,
Tomas Zulberti

pd: Sorry for my bad english…

Hello!

On Mon, Apr 05, 2010 at 05:14:15PM -0300, Tomas Zulberti wrote:

}

The problem is that when condition 3 happens, it logs the combiend
data to NGINX_FOLDER/logs/access.log in the combined way… There
isn’t any other access_log (the ones on nginx.conf were deleted). So
the question is: nginx always log to logs/access.log if there is no
log?

By default nginx logs to file specified via --http-log-path
configure argument. It defaults to logs/access.log under prefix
in it’s turn.

See here for more details:

http://wiki.nginx.org/NginxHttpLogModule

Maxim D.

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