Is a profile the same as a top-level domain?

2012-02-04 02:52:04Tags: profiles
If I have a website "www.domain.com" along with several domain variations like "domain.com", "support.domain.com", "m.domain.com", "beta.domain.com", as well as acceptance of all wildcard domains in my httpd.conf so any prefix like "randomprefix.domain.com" will resolve to my domain (domain.com), do I need to set up separate logaholic profiles for every domain, or does a profile include all derivations of my top-level domain? Thanks.

Answer:

Any other domain names that may be used to access the same content (example, if your main domain is www.mydomain.com, you might allow customer to access with mydomain.com, my.domain.com or www.anothermydomain.com. List these In the "Equivalent (sub)domains" field. See the manual General profile settings:  If you include a parenthesis, then Logaholic will use the listed name as a regular expression. Example: (my|www|secure)\.mydomain\.com. There is no need to list your main domain here.

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