The dispatcher log contains the following entry:

[Fri Feb 05 00:00:52 2010] [I] [1709(1)] "GET /index.html" 200 + 1143ms

How is this entry interpreted?


[Fri Feb 05 00:00:52 2010] This is the timestamp of when the entry was created.
[I] This is the log level of the dispatcher. Possible log levels include debug [D], info [I], warn [W], and error [E].
[1709(1)] This is the [process-id(thread-id)] of the httpd child process (thread inside that process) that processed the request.
"GET /index.html" This contains the HTML request method and the requested resource.
200 This is the HTML status code.
+ The "+" sign means a new cache resource has been created on the cache. A "-" sign means that the requested resource is delivered from the cache. If there is a number, it means that the requested resource is spooled directly from the render server.
1143ms This is the time it takes to process the request.

Applies to

Dispatcher 4.0.4

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