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/* Copyright 1999-2005 The Apache Software Foundation or its licensors, as * applicable. * * Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); * you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. * You may obtain a copy of the License at * * http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0 * * Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software * distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, * WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. * See the License for the specific language governing permissions and * limitations under the License. */ /** * @file http_log.h * @brief Apache Logging library * * @defgroup APACHE_CORE_LOG Logging library * @ingroup APACHE_CORE * @{ */ #ifndef APACHE_HTTP_LOG_H #define APACHE_HTTP_LOG_H #ifdef __cplusplus extern "C" { #endif #include "apr_thread_proc.h" #ifdef HAVE_SYSLOG #include <syslog.h> #ifndef LOG_PRIMASK #define LOG_PRIMASK 7 #endif #define APLOG_EMERG LOG_EMERG /* system is unusable */ #define APLOG_ALERT LOG_ALERT /* action must be taken immediately */ #define APLOG_CRIT LOG_CRIT /* critical conditions */ #define APLOG_ERR LOG_ERR /* error conditions */ #define APLOG_WARNING LOG_WARNING /* warning conditions */ #define APLOG_NOTICE LOG_NOTICE /* normal but significant condition */ #define APLOG_INFO LOG_INFO /* informational */ #define APLOG_DEBUG LOG_DEBUG /* debug-level messages */ #define APLOG_LEVELMASK LOG_PRIMASK /* mask off the level value */ #else #define APLOG_EMERG 0 /* system is unusable */ #define APLOG_ALERT 1 /* action must be taken immediately */ #define APLOG_CRIT 2 /* critical conditions */ #define APLOG_ERR 3 /* error conditions */ #define APLOG_WARNING 4 /* warning conditions */ #define APLOG_NOTICE 5 /* normal but significant condition */ #define APLOG_INFO 6 /* informational */ #define APLOG_DEBUG 7 /* debug-level messages */ #define APLOG_LEVELMASK 7 /* mask off the level value */ #endif /* APLOG_NOERRNO is ignored and should not be used. It will be * removed in a future release of Apache. */ #define APLOG_NOERRNO (APLOG_LEVELMASK + 1) /* Use APLOG_TOCLIENT on ap_log_rerror() to give content * handlers the option of including the error text in the * ErrorDocument sent back to the client. Setting APLOG_TOCLIENT * will cause the error text to be saved in the request_rec->notes * table, keyed to the string "error-notes", if and only if: * - the severity level of the message is APLOG_WARNING or greater * - there are no other "error-notes" set in request_rec->notes * Once error-notes is set, it is up to the content handler to * determine whether this text should be sent back to the client. * Note: Client generated text streams sent back to the client MUST * be escaped to prevent CSS attacks. */ #define APLOG_TOCLIENT ((APLOG_LEVELMASK + 1) * 2) /* normal but significant condition on startup, usually printed to stderr */ #define APLOG_STARTUP ((APLOG_LEVELMASK + 1) * 4) #ifndef DEFAULT_LOGLEVEL #define DEFAULT_LOGLEVEL APLOG_WARNING #endif extern int AP_DECLARE_DATA ap_default_loglevel; #define APLOG_MARK __FILE__,__LINE__ /** * Set up for logging to stderr. * @param p The pool to allocate out of */ AP_DECLARE(void) ap_open_stderr_log(apr_pool_t *p); /** * Replace logging to stderr with logging to the given file. * @param p The pool to allocate out of * @param file Name of the file to log stderr output */ AP_DECLARE(apr_status_t) ap_replace_stderr_log(apr_pool_t *p, const char *file); /** * Open the error log and replace stderr with it. * @param pconf Not used * @param plog The pool to allocate the logs from * @param ptemp Pool used for temporary allocations * @param s_main The main server * @note ap_open_logs isn't expected to be used by modules, it is * an internal core function */ int ap_open_logs(apr_pool_t *pconf, apr_pool_t *plog, apr_pool_t *ptemp, server_rec *s_main); #ifdef CORE_PRIVATE /** * Perform special processing for piped loggers in MPM child * processes. * @param p Not used * @param s Not used * @note ap_logs_child_init is not for use by modules; it is an * internal core function */ void ap_logs_child_init(apr_pool_t *p, server_rec *s); #endif /* CORE_PRIVATE */ /* * The primary logging functions, ap_log_error, ap_log_rerror, ap_log_cerror, * and ap_log_perror use a printf style format string to build the log message. * It is VERY IMPORTANT that you not include any raw data from the network, * such as the request-URI or request header fields, within the format * string. Doing so makes the server vulnerable to a denial-of-service * attack and other messy behavior. Instead, use a simple format string * like "%s", followed by the string containing the untrusted data. */ /** * ap_log_error() - log messages which are not related to a particular * request or connection. This uses a printf-like format to log messages * to the error_log. * @param file The file in which this function is called * @param line The line number on which this function is called * @param level The level of this error message * @param status The status code from the previous command * @param s The server on which we are logging * @param fmt The format string * @param ... The arguments to use to fill out fmt. * @note Use APLOG_MARK to fill out file and line * @note If a request_rec is available, use that with ap_log_rerror() * in preference to calling this function. Otherwise, if a conn_rec is * available, use that with ap_log_cerror() in preference to calling * this function. * @warning It is VERY IMPORTANT that you not include any raw data from * the network, such as the request-URI or request header fields, within * the format string. Doing so makes the server vulnerable to a * denial-of-service attack and other messy behavior. Instead, use a * simple format string like "%s", followed by the string containing the * untrusted data. */ AP_DECLARE(void) ap_log_error(const char *file, int line, int level, apr_status_t status, const server_rec *s, const char *fmt, ...) __attribute__((format(printf,6,7))); /** * ap_log_perror() - log messages which are not related to a particular * request, connection, or virtual server. This uses a printf-like * format to log messages to the error_log. * @param file The file in which this function is called * @param line The line number on which this function is called * @param level The level of this error message * @param status The status code from the previous command * @param p The pool which we are logging for * @param fmt The format string * @param ... The arguments to use to fill out fmt. * @note Use APLOG_MARK to fill out file and line * @warning It is VERY IMPORTANT that you not include any raw data from * the network, such as the request-URI or request header fields, within * the format string. Doing so makes the server vulnerable to a * denial-of-service attack and other messy behavior. Instead, use a * simple format string like "%s", followed by the string containing the * untrusted data. */ AP_DECLARE(void) ap_log_perror(const char *file, int line, int level, apr_status_t status, apr_pool_t *p, const char *fmt, ...) __attribute__((format(printf,6,7))); /** * ap_log_rerror() - log messages which are related to a particular * request. This uses a a printf-like format to log messages to the * error_log. * @param file The file in which this function is called * @param line The line number on which this function is called * @param level The level of this error message * @param status The status code from the previous command * @param r The request which we are logging for * @param fmt The format string * @param ... The arguments to use to fill out fmt. * @note Use APLOG_MARK to fill out file and line * @warning It is VERY IMPORTANT that you not include any raw data from * the network, such as the request-URI or request header fields, within * the format string. Doing so makes the server vulnerable to a * denial-of-service attack and other messy behavior. Instead, use a * simple format string like "%s", followed by the string containing the * untrusted data. */ AP_DECLARE(void) ap_log_rerror(const char *file, int line, int level, apr_status_t status, const request_rec *r, const char *fmt, ...) __attribute__((format(printf,6,7))); /** * ap_log_cerror() - log messages which are related to a particular * connection. This uses a a printf-like format to log messages to the * error_log. * @param file The file in which this function is called * @param line The line number on which this function is called * @param level The level of this error message * @param status The status code from the previous command * @param c The connection which we are logging for * @param fmt The format string * @param ... The arguments to use to fill out fmt. * @note Use APLOG_MARK to fill out file and line * @note If a request_rec is available, use that with ap_log_rerror() * in preference to calling this function. * @warning It is VERY IMPORTANT that you not include any raw data from * the network, such as the request-URI or request header fields, within * the format string. Doing so makes the server vulnerable to a * denial-of-service attack and other messy behavior. Instead, use a * simple format string like "%s", followed by the string containing the * untrusted data. */ AP_DECLARE(void) ap_log_cerror(const char *file, int line, int level, apr_status_t status, const conn_rec *c, const char *fmt, ...) __attribute__((format(printf,6,7))); /** * Convert stderr to the error log * @param s The current server */ AP_DECLARE(void) ap_error_log2stderr(server_rec *s); /** * Log the current pid of the parent process * @param p The pool to use for logging * @param fname The name of the file to log to */ AP_DECLARE(void) ap_log_pid(apr_pool_t *p, const char *fname); /** * Retrieve the pid from a pidfile. * @param p The pool to use for logging * @param filename The name of the file containing the pid * @param mypid Pointer to pid_t (valid only if return APR_SUCCESS) */ AP_DECLARE(apr_status_t) ap_read_pid(apr_pool_t *p, const char *filename, pid_t *mypid); /** @see piped_log */ typedef struct piped_log piped_log; /** * @brief The piped logging structure. * * Piped logs are used to move functionality out of the main server. * For example, log rotation is done with piped logs. */ struct piped_log { /** The pool to use for the piped log */ apr_pool_t *p; /** The pipe between the server and the logging process */ apr_file_t *fds[2]; /* XXX - an #ifdef that needs to be eliminated from public view. Shouldn't * be hard */ #ifdef AP_HAVE_RELIABLE_PIPED_LOGS /** The name of the program the logging process is running */ char *program; /** The pid of the logging process */ apr_proc_t *pid; #endif }; /** * Open the piped log process * @param p The pool to allocate out of * @param program The program to run in the logging process * @return The piped log structure */ AP_DECLARE(piped_log *) ap_open_piped_log(apr_pool_t *p, const char *program); /** * Close the piped log and kill the logging process * @param pl The piped log structure */ AP_DECLARE(void) ap_close_piped_log(piped_log *pl); /** * A macro to access the read side of the piped log pipe * @param pl The piped log structure * @return The native file descriptor */ #define ap_piped_log_read_fd(pl) ((pl)->fds[0]) /** * A macro to access the write side of the piped log pipe * @param pl The piped log structure * @return The native file descriptor */ #define ap_piped_log_write_fd(pl) ((pl)->fds[1]) /** * hook method to log error messages * @ingroup hooks * @param file The file in which this function is called * @param line The line number on which this function is called * @param level The level of this error message * @param status The status code from the previous command * @param s The server which we are logging for * @param r The request which we are logging for * @param pool Memory pool to allocate from * @param errstr message to log */ AP_DECLARE_HOOK(void, error_log, (const char *file, int line, int level, apr_status_t status, const server_rec *s, const request_rec *r, apr_pool_t *pool, const char *errstr)) #ifdef __cplusplus } #endif #endif /* !APACHE_HTTP_LOG_H */ /** @} */