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I've created a website in a similar pattern to another website I already have, and hosted it on a similar server (only on a different IP).

I've noticed that about 70% of my visitors (of no certain pattern, though all of them seemed to be IE users) make requests(?) for a "408":

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For example, I see a user with a certain IP enters my website, and start making GET requests for the .php, images, etc., all with details about size, referrer, user agent etc.

but then comes this weird line (from the same IP), of this 408 thing. I have no clue what this is and never seen such thing in any of my logs.

Can anyone tell what's the meaning of this and how to handle this?

  • 408 looks more like a response code than a URL and the "status" is 0, which is suspicious. Can you paste some raw logs and the LogFormat line associated with them? – Ladadadada Sep 9 '14 at 15:21
  • what's a LogFormat? – rockyraw Sep 9 '14 at 15:40
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    You'll find it in your httpd.conf httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/mod_log_config.html#logformat It's better to see the actual log entries than a formatted report (which might be mixing the fields -- I think this is what @Ladadadada is getting at) – Giovanni Tirloni Sep 9 '14 at 15:48

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