You are looking at the documentation for the 1.3 version of the Apache HTTP Server, which is no longer maintained, and has been declared "end of life". If you are in fact still using the 1.3 version, please consider upgrading. The current version of the server is 2.4. In the current version of the server, you should use mod_log_config.
This module provides for logging of the documents which reference documents on the server.
This module is provided strictly for compatibility with NCSA httpd, and is deprecated. We recommend you use mod_log_config instead.
uriwhere uri is the (%-escaped) URI for the document that references the one requested by the client, and document is the (%-decoded) local URL to the document being referred to.
The RefererIgnore directive adds to the list of strings to ignore in Referer headers. If any of the strings in the list is contained in the Referer header, then no referrer information will be logged for the request. Example:
This avoids logging references from www.ncsa.uiuc.edu.
The RefererLog directive sets the name of the file to which the server will log the Referer header of incoming requests. File-pipe is one of
Security: See the security tips document for details on why your security could be compromised if the directory where logfiles are stored is writable by anyone other than the user that starts the server.
This directive is provided for compatibility with NCSA 1.4.