BCLF is the Binary Common Log Format, a fast, platform independent, streamable, compact logging format that resembles the Extended CLF logging format in content. The project goal is to make an Apache module and enhance the format without giving up speed.
mod-log-spread2 is an Apache 2.x module for logging into spread framework.
mod-witch intends to help the Apache web server to log the access_log and error_log log into the syslogd, this way apache will be able to log onto a remote logger machine with the syslogd.
mod_accounting is a simple Apache module that can record traffic statistics into a database (bytes in/out per http request).
extends the functionality of mod_usertrack to allow the server to track a selected subset of users visiting an Apache web server.
mod_benchmark provides server response time logging and analyzing.
mod_countm is a counter returning count via jpeg or png image.
mod_gifcounter is a basic stable GIF counter.
mod_log50x is a module for the apache webserver V2.x. It enables you to log all error 50x status responses to logfiles.
mod_log_dbd is a module for Apache 2.2+ that writes access logs to a database using the APR DBD framework. It's designed for simplicity and speed, and therefore lacks some of the features of other logging modules. It does, however, automatically create any needed tables and columns.
mod_log_post is an Apache module that can be used for logging all HTTP POST messages. The module is based on mod_security, but it never returns any error messages to the visitors of your Web sites.
mod_log_sdb allows Apache to log to any SQL database supported by LibSDB, the Simple Database Library. It requires very little manual configuration.
mod_log_spread is a patch to Apache's mod_log_config, which provides an interface for spread to multicast access logs.
mod_log_sql offers Apache administrators the ability to log accesses to an SQL database. This capability can replace or coexist with Apache's regular text-file logging mechanisms.
mod_mylo logs directly to a MySQL database in addition to normal logging.
mod_ometer is a web counter implemented as an apache C module. It uses gd 2.0.28 or later to generate its images
mod_relocate allows you to use virtual relocation documents to log outgoing requests.
mod_trace_output stores the dynamic and static content sent by Apache to browsers.
mod_uid is a a module issuing the "correct" cookies for counting the site visitors.
PGcounter is a module for Apache for counting page visits. It uses an SQL server, supports 6 output formats, includes a blacklist of IPs per URL, and supports statistics.
Robotcop is an open source module for webservers which helps webmasters prevent spiders from accessing parts of their sites they have marked off limits.