Brian Cryer wrote:
> "Roy Schestowitz" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>> It would be worth rechecking you logs to be sure about where your bad
>>> referrals are coming from.
>> I keep doing it. Often the IP address cannot be interpreted using reverse
>> DNS lookup. I once spotted Lynx as the user agent, but in general
>> investigating each individual error like this is relatively
>> time-consuming (~2 minutes) process and you need a decent sample size to
>> come up with conclusions.
> Do your logs include the referring page? Its the referring page (if you
> have it) rather than IP which to me would be of more interest - because
> then you could track back to the page rather than just the ip of the user.
The last time I checked, there was apparently no referrer information, but
perhaps I wasn't carefully enough to spot it.
I have just tried to open the monthly log file in order to provide you with
an answer. Little did I realise it was around 110 MB so the RAM and text
editor could not handle it (last time I looked at such logs was last year
when they were much, much smaller). Looking at my daily log file, I can't
pull out enough information. This has become really frustrating... *sign*
why did I not stick to lowercase from day one?
Roy S. Schestowitz