Thanks guys for your help.
I didnt know about this file /usr/local/apache/logs/error_log thanks @24x7server
I checked, but I got nothing there.
@cPanelMichael Yes Im sure, I used tail -f on access_log file and error file but when I hit a 500 on access_log, I see nothing on error file.
I got an account with display_errors ON but when I got an Error 500 I got nothing on my logs to know more about this error.
If I check my logs account :
I got something like this :
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx - - [02/Oct/2017:16:41:29 +0200]...
Thanks for your answer, HA and replication are great too, but actually I'm looking for something who can help me to move 1 account cPanel to another cPanel.
My example, I got 2 cPanel server with differents accounts.
On my cPanel1 I got 2 big clients who use a lot of traffic...
We use VMware for hosting our cPanel, and VMware developped a very cool feature, called vMotion, this feature let you migrate your VM to another server without any downtime and you can combine this with VMware DRS (Distributed Resource Scheduler), it means your hypervisor will migrate...