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Apache HTTP Server Version 1.3

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Manual Page: logresolve

 NAME logresolve - resolve hostnames  for  IP-addresses  in  Apache
     logfiles SYNOPSIS logresolve [  -s filename ]  [  -c ]  < access_log > access_log.new DESCRIPTION logresolve is  a  post-processing  program  to  resolve  IP-
     addresses in Apache's access logfiles.  To minimize impact on
     your nameserver, logresolve has its very own internal  hash-
     table  cache.  This  means  that each IP number will only be
     looked up the first time it is found in the log file. OPTIONS -s filename Specifies a filename to record statistics.

     -c  This causes logresolve to apply some DNS checks:
                 after  finding the hostname from the IP address,
                 it looks up the IP addresses  for  the  hostname
                 and  checks that one of these matches the origi-
                 nal address. SEE ALSO httpd(8) 

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