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I wish to see who has accessed my server and what speed they have downloaded the website at. How can this be done?

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'Who' can be seen in your access logs, the location of which is configurable but defaults (in debian) to /var/log/apache2/access.log

'What speed' can be garnered by using the Custom Log module and dividing %B (bytes sent) by %T (time to serve the request).

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+1 on the speed calculation - I hadn't thought of that. – EEAA Aug 23 '10 at 20:12

If by "who", you mean "what IP addresses", then yes, that information should be in your apache access_log. Also in that log, you'll find information as far as how much data was tranferred.

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