Apache domlogs not updating

01 Apr

The purpose of me installing is so that when on site abc.com, when I click a link to site com (lets pretend its ip address is 192.168.0.101), the browser will load the application on com while mainitaing on address bar of browser.Hosting with c Panel uses a graphical interface to make web hosting super easy, but there are command line tools you could familiarize yourself with for advanced troubleshooting.Get into the directory /usr/local/cpanel/base and check if any file as ‘awstats.conf’ exists. So a couple quick folder moves and symlinks can clean things up.This is assuming you have a /backup partition and some room in it. Moving the log folder mv /var/log /backup/ ln -s /backup/log /var/log 2.If you look in the apache error log (/usr/local/apache/log/error_log) it should reveal itself.Best Regards, TJ Edens Very helpful information, Thank you very much for this. Its not any hurdle and could not stuck for anything about logs.In some cases you just need to clean your mail queue /usr/sbin/exiqgrep -i | xargs /usr/sbin/exim -Mrm Other server cleaning tips: 1.Delete c Panel File Manager temp files When users upload files in File Manager within c Panel, File Manager creates a temp file that may or may not get removed upon upload.

This guide will cover the locations of the c Panel log files for things such as access logs, Apache web server logs, email logs, error logs, ftp logs, My SQL logs, and WHM logs.Ever wonder where the MST looks to investigate events on your server when you submit a ticket?Knowing the locations of various log files for both c Panel and Plesk can be invaluable when trying to understand why, when or how an event occurred on your server.You can clean up all unneeded yum files by running: yum clean all 4.Remove pure-ftp partials When your users upload files to the server via FTP when your server runs pure FTP as an FTP daemon, the FTP server creates temporary files starting with .pureftpd-upload* that get renamed the the actual filename when the upload completes.