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can apache or any stats software [ log ] show where our images loaded on the web?

Discussion in 'Apache' started by moath11, Jul 16, 2014.

  1. #1
    i'm sorry for my bad English,

    it's possible to show where my images loaded on the web
    for example: i have image on my website: http:/ /mywebsite.com/image.gif

    and someone has added this picture into his website on: http:// foregin-website .com/page/index.html

    can the apache on my server show me that being loaded on http:// foregin-website .com/page/index.html

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    moath11, Jul 16, 2014 IP
  2. #2
    yes, it is possible.

    all you have to do, is to set-up your apache vhost to use combined logging (apache 2.2 and apache 2.4). once enabled, you could see the HTTP_REFERER in your vhost log file.

    for example, let's say I have an image named as image-03.jpg on server1 and I hotlink this image on another server2. when somebody access the image on server2, you should see something like this in the log file on server1:

    CLIENT_IP - - [16/Jul/2014:13:47:21 +0200] "GET /image-03.jpg HTTP/1.1" 304 - "http://server2/test.html" "USER_AGENT"
    Code (markup):
    this shows that the image is being used in http:// server2/test.html
    RoseHosting, Jul 16, 2014 IP
  3. moath11

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    thank you , can you tell me please how to use combined logging
    moath11, Jul 16, 2014 IP