[ic] How to not log nsession in usertrack?

Bryan Gmyrek bryangmyrek at yahoo.com
Sun Dec 10 12:56:13 EST 2006


I'm trying to optimize my server that IC is running on and noticed that a huge
usertrack file was slowing things down (I _think_ it was causing a 99% CPU bug
but maybe not, it's hard to tell if the 99% thing has gone away since I'm not
staring at top all the time).  In any case I tried switching to database
sessions and it seemed to work but usernames were not being created and the
referring url was not being shown in orders, etc, so I went back to using the
flat file.  
I'm planning on doing log-rotation of usertrack now; before I thought it might
be necessary for the functioning of IC somehow but just read in another post
that it isn't.  Even so it would be more optimal I think if nsession sessions
weren't logged in usertrack, saving the time of logging a line every time a bot
does something ... this is already logged by apache and is easier for me to
Come to think of it maybe I should turn of usertrack logging entirely.  Anyone
know how to do this and/or how to not log nsession?


On a very loosely related note, Kevin, did anyone ever put together a
NonRobotUA directive?

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