The IP address or host/subdomain name of the HTTP client that made the HTTP resource request.
rfc931 ("-" in the example)
The identifier used to identify the client making the HTTP request. If no value is present, a "-" is substituted.
username (leon in the example)
The username, (or user ID) used by the client for authentication. If no value is present, a "-" is substituted.
date:time ([01/Jul/2002:12:11:52 +0000] in the example)
The date and time stamp of the HTTP request.
The fields in the date/time field are: [dd/MMM/yyyy:hh:mm:ss +-hhmm]
where the fields are defined as follow:
dd is the day of the month
MMM is the month
yyy is the year
:hh is the hour
:mm is the minute
:ss is the seconds
+-hhmm is the time zone
In practice, the day is typically logged in two-digit format even for single-digit days. For example, the second day of the month would be represented as 02. However, some HTTP servers do log a single digit day as a single digit. When parsing log records, you should be aware of both possible day representations.
Cookies take the form KEY = VALUE. Multiple cookie key value pairs are delineated by semicolons(;).
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