|The stupid question is the question not asked|
That is actually being done by the technical staff at the company that is providing the service. I have used such logs for my own web servers countless times to diagnose problems:usualy related to my own cgi programs, but sometimes to diagnose why my users encounter troubles.
That said, I doubt that he'd let me examine his logs, any more than I would let an outside developer examine my logs.
Do you have any thoughts on how to tell LWP to write the headers and request to a file instead of sending them to a server; or perhaps how to have it send to the logger suitable output for every step of the process of hand-shaking between the client and server, from the moment the connection is initiated to the moment the response is sent?
In reply to Re^2: HTTP error response code 500 using LWP::UserAgent on one site, but not on any other