Because lnmp does not customize the log format by default, it uses the combined default format:
'$remote_addr - $remote_user [$time_local] '
' "$request" $status $body_bytes_sent '
' "$http_referer" "$http_user_agent" ';
- $remote_addr, $http_x_forwarded_for
record the client IP address.
records the client user name.
records the requested URL and HTTP protocol.
records the status of the request.
the number of bytes sent to the client, not including the size of the response header.
records which page link is visited from.
records information about the client browser.
the total number of bytes sent to the client.
the serial number of the connection.
the number of requests currently obtained through a connection.
log write time. The unit is seconds and the precision is milliseconds.
if the request is sent via HTTP pipelined, the pipe value is “p”, otherwise it is “.”.
the length of the request (including request line, request header and request body).
request processing time, the unit is seconds, the precision is milliseconds.
the local time in the ISO8601 standard format.
the local time in the common log format.