The page_log file lists each page that is sent to a printer. By default, each line contains the following information:
printer user job-id date-time page-number num-copies job-billing job-originating-host-name job-name media sides
The printer field contains the name of the printer that printed the page. If you send a job to a printer class, this field will contain the name of the printer that was assigned the job.
The user field contains the name of the user (the IPP
The job-id field contains the job number of the page being printed. Job numbers are reset to 1 whenever the spool directory (/var/spool/cups) is cleared, so don't depend on this number being unique!
The date-time field contains the date and time of when the page started printing. The format of this field is identical to the data-time field in the access_log file.
The page-number and num-copies fields contain the page number and number of copies being printed of that page. For printers that cannot produce copies on their own, the num-copies field will always be 1.
The job-billing field contains a copy of the
The job-originating-host-name field contains the hostname or IP address of the client that printed the job.
The job-name field contains a copy of the
The media field contains a copy of the
The sides field contains a copy of the
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