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access logs + other question

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by flintnld, Sep 20, 2004.

  1. flintnld

    flintnld Registered

    Sep 20, 2004
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    I want to get the accesslogs from my website every day. It would be nice to get these without logging in to cpanel everytime. Can I do this with a cron job? And if that is possible what is the command for that.

    Another question. My webhosting used in the past 'Sphera. With this I had access to the my own apache server for the website. Now they have Cpanel and the only thing i can do is upload the website and use the control panel.

    Is it still possible to change for example the httpd.conf. When I login in the ftpserver. The only folders are "public_html", "tmp" and some others. But no "usr"or bin folder.

    If all my questions are to problematic. Can anyone recommend a better webhosting where I can have for almost complete control over the apache webserver.


  2. linux-image

    linux-image Well-Known Member

    Jun 8, 2004
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    you CANNOT have access to the httpd.conf. basically it is not meant to be editted by a user.

    As for the weblogs; you can ask your host to link a page inside your home directory with the log page at domlogs; and you can access it without the cp usage.

    Ensim, Plesk, C-panel and H-sphere dosent let you manipulate the httpd.conf; so you can look for something else.

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