Improving metrics gathering

Seth Vidal skvidal at
Thu Feb 4 17:10:14 UTC 2010

On Thu, 4 Feb 2010, Bruno Wolff III wrote:

> On Thu, Feb 04, 2010 at 10:53:38 -0600,
>  Matt Domsch <matt at> wrote:
>> Don't know - depends on how the actual UUID is passed.  If it shows up
>> in the normal apache logs, they'd be in the same file, in fact on the
>> same line.  If it shows up some other way, it might be in a different
>> file.  Either way, both bits are available on the same server in the
>> same process.
> Right, the separate logging would have to be on Fedora's honor. But if the
> data was not retained together very long, it would make it effectively
> undiscoverable in civil lawsuits and in some criminal cases. It wouldn't help
> if Fedora got ordered to retain logs for some IP addresses or UUIDs
> with an NSL, but that I would expect to be very rare.

  a National Security Letter is obviously outside of scope. If one was to 
be sent nothing could change and we couldn't provide any mechanism for 
explaining if it had or had not been sent.

There's nothing we can do there, either way.


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