[CalendarServer-users] weird logging behavior
mb at datameer.com
Thu Mar 21 08:25:20 PDT 2013
Ah! Perfect. Understand.
On Mar 21, 2013, at 4:19 PM, Pascal Robert wrote:
> Le 2013-03-21 à 11:14, Marko Bauhardt <mb at datameer.com> a écrit :
>> Hi Morgen
>>> The entry without a username is normal and is because the request wasn't authenticated (note the 401 HTTP response status). In response to a 401 the user-agent will repeat the request with credentials included and you should then get a 20X response and an access.log entry with the authenticated username.
>> unauthenticated requests means at least one client which is not logged in tries to connect to our calendar?
> It is normal… Especially by the fact that iCal Server don't support Basic auth, so the client must do at least one non-auth request to do the Digest workflow. This is just like a browser would do.
>> so we have to figure out which client is making so many requests to our calendar installation.
>> we found also in our logs user names in a UUID style, e.g.: 1234-4321-abcd
>> Any idea who is sending those usernames?
> It's iCal itself who use this, and it's perfectly good. Resources in iCal Server are accessible by both the username or the UUID. It's not a problem.
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