Apache, and all other web servers, have a mechanism to write an "access log" recording every HTTP access to the server. The information that is logged is valuable, and includes things like the IP address of the user making the request, the date and time, the size of the request in bytes, the return code from the HTTP protocol, the request's URI, the referer, and the browser/operating system that the user is using.
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