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From: Marc Leemans <MML@village.uunet.be>
Date: Fri, 14 May 1999 22:00:22 +0200
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I would like to unsubscribe, already tried a hundred times via "unsubscribe"
(to www-talk-d-request@w3.org in the header), but I keep on getting mail -
can someone help me ?
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Van: Ross Patterson <ROSSP@SS1.Reston.VMD.Sterling.COM>
Aan: www-talk@w3.org <www-talk@w3.org>
Datum: donderdag 13 mei 1999 23:42
Onderwerp: Re: CLF and the [date]

>mark.griffith@weblogic.com (Mark Griffith) writes:
>http://hoohoo.ncsa.uiuc.edu/docs/setup/httpd/TransferLog.html had a
>much better description of the Common Log File format, but hoohoo appears
>to be dead now (despite pointers to it from NCSA's website at
>www.ncsa.uiuc.edu).  The good news is that there are several hundred
>pointers to copies of this document on the web - just ask Yahoo! for
>"DD/Mon/YYYY" combined with "NCSA".  The bad news is that, just like
>everything else on the web, many of these likes don't work.  One that
>does is http://ume.med.ucalgary.ca/docs/setup/httpd/TransferLog.html -
>retrieve it while it's still there!
>>the format of the [date] is undefined.
>The format was defined by NCSA as:
>   host rfc931 authuser [DD/Mon/YYYY:hh:mm:ss] "request" ddd bbbb
"opt_referer" "opt_agent"
>The non-date fields are described in the document, but as you can see the
>date has a 4-digit year (e.g. 04/Jul/1776).
>Ross Patterson
>VM Software Division
>Sterling Software, Inc.
Received on Friday, 14 May 1999 16:06:53 UTC

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