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On an Ubuntu 10.04 server w/ Apache2, I have auth_mysql turned on, and I am getting [debug] messages showing up. How can I turn these off? I'm guessing there is a way to turn this off for the module, as well as for all 'debug' messages. I am curious how to do both.

Update:
Originally I posted about auth-mysql only; however, I also want to control WSGI's output (currently showing [info] messages in error.log).

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in /etc/apache/apache2.conf, set LogLevel to warn or error

http://httpd.apache.org/docs/current/mod/core.html#loglevel

to control logging on a module level do this:

LogLevel error mod_wsgi:warn (global log level to error, but show warnings from the wsgi module)

I believe this ability was added in apache 2.4...

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Any idea on how to control this on a individual module level? – Dolan Antenucci Mar 30 '11 at 19:42
    
updated answer to include details about module level logging – Nick P. Mar 30 '11 at 19:47
    
I believe the correct syntax is wsgi:warn, not mod_wsgi:warn. – Dan Tenenbaum Mar 9 at 18:34

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