Apache Logs
Connecting Apache logs to your Panther Console

Overview

Panther supports ingesting Apache logs via common Data Transport options: Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3 and SQS.

How to onboard Apache logs to Panther

To connect these logs into Panther:
  1. 1.
    Set up your Data Transport in the Panther Console.
    • Please follow Panther’s documentation for configuring the Data Transport option you will use:
  2. 2.
    Configure Apache to push logs to the Data Transport source.
    • See Apache's documentation for instructions on pushing logs to your selected Data Transport source.

Supported log types

Required fields in all tables are in bold.

Apache.AccessCombined

Apache HTTP server access logs using the combined format.
Column
Type
Description
remote_host_ip_address
string
This is the IP address of the client (remote host) which made the request to the server. If HostnameLookups is set to On, then the server will try to determine the hostname and log it in place of the IP address.
client_identity_rfc_1413
string
The RFC 1413 identity of the client determined by identd on the clients machine.
request_user
string
The userid of the person requesting the document as determined by HTTP authentication.
request_time
timestamp
The time that the request was received.
request_method
string
The HTTP request method
request_uri
string
The HTTP request URI
request_protocol
string
The HTTP request protocol
response_status
smallint
The HTTP status of the response
response_size
bigint
The size of the HTTP response in bytes
user_agent
string
The User-Agent HTTP header
referer
string
The Referer HTTP header
p_log_type
string
Panther added field with type of log
p_row_id
string
Panther added field with unique id (within table)
p_event_time
timestamp
Panther added standardize event time (UTC)
p_parse_time
timestamp
Panther added standardize log parse time (UTC)
p_source_id
string
Panther added field with the source id
p_source_label
string
Panther added field with the source label
p_any_ip_addresses
[string]
Panther added field with collection of ip addresses associated with the row
p_any_domain_names
[string]
Panther added field with collection of domain names associated with the row

Apache.AccessCommon

Apache HTTP server access logs using the common format.
Column
Type
Description
remote_host_ip_address
string
This is the IP address of the client (remote host) which made the request to the server. If HostnameLookups is set to On, then the server will try to determine the hostname and log it in place of the IP address.
client_identity_rfc_1413
string
The RFC 1413 identity of the client determined by identd on the clients machine.
request_user
string
The userid of the person requesting the document as determined by HTTP authentication.
request_time
timestamp
The time that the request was received.
request_method
string
The HTTP request method
request_uri
string
The HTTP request URI
request_protocol
string
The HTTP request protocol
response_status
smallint
The HTTP status of the response
response_size
bigint
The size of the HTTP response in bytes
p_log_type
string
Panther added field with type of log
p_row_id
string
Panther added field with unique id (within table)
p_event_time
timestamp
Panther added standardize event time (UTC)
p_parse_time
timestamp
Panther added standardize log parse time (UTC)
p_source_id
string
Panther added field with the source id
p_source_label
string
Panther added field with the source label
p_any_ip_addresses
[string]
Panther added field with collection of ip addresses associated with the row
p_any_domain_names
[string]
Panther added field with collection of domain names associated with the row
p_any_sha1_hashes
[string]
Panther added field with collection of SHA1 hashes associated with the row
p_any_md5_hashes
[string]
Panther added field with collection of MD5 hashes associated with the row