How does a day in a life of an Apache log message in modern
systemd based Linux system look like? I would expect it to be something like that:
- Apache daemon writes a log message using
- this log message is written to
systemd-journaldreads the log message from
systemd-journaldwrites it to
/run/systemd/journal/syslog, get the message and then process it based on their configuration
Am I missing something? Is it possible that Apache logs(for example access log messages) directly to files, bypassing the whole logging system altogether?