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Missing user in access.log with PHP-FPM

Since we switched to PHP5-FPM and FastCGI all protected PHP scripts showed an empty "Remote user" (Apache logged a dash) even though Apache did a basic authentication.

Installations of Apache often come with default LogFormat settings such as

LogFormat "%h %l %u %t \"%r\" %>s %O \"%{Referer}i\" \"%{User-Agent}i\"" combined

where %u stands for "Remote user" according to the Custom Log Formats.

In order to fix the logging of usernames replace %u with %<u. The < is a modifier:

%<u can be used to record the original authenticated user on a request that is internally redirected to an unauthenticated resource

— quoted from mod_log_config - Apache HTTP Server (2013-10-18)

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