<loguser $REMOTE_ADDR [$limit]>
loguser function adds 1 to the count of accesses in the
last minute by the host
$REMOTE_ADDR, which is a dotted-decimal
IPv4 address unique to the current user. The web server sets the
$REMOTE_ADDR environment variable to the address of the remote
In combination with the
provides a way to limit access by overzealous or rogue users. The
access count for users is shared across all Vortex scripts. Any
script can update the access count for a user with
all scripts will be instantly aware of the count.
loguser returns "
Success", or "
$limit (default 5) distinct users have accessed the
server in the past minute (as counted by
loguser). The count
for the given user is updated in either case.
loguser function was added Oct. 10 1996. In version
2.1.882170000 19971215 and later the first parameter is required to
be an IPv4 address, and the second argument is accepted.