Extended Log Format
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Extended Log Format (ELF) is a standardised text file format, like Common Log Format (CLF), that is used by web servers when generating log files, but ELF files provide more information and flexibility.
#Version: 1.0 #Date: 12-Jan-1996 00:00:00 #Fields: time cs-method cs-uri 00:34:23 GET /foo/bar.html 12:21:16 GET /foo/bar.html 12:45:52 GET /foo/bar.html 12:57:34 GET /foo/bar.html
- Extended Log File Format as described in the documentation of the World Wide Web consortia webserver (W3C httpd).
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