precise

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Hi,

It seems as though my latest visitors stats is not functioning server-wide. This is probably because there seem to be no access_logs here:

/usr/local/apache/domlogs

Now, it worked a few days ago, but then all the sudden it stopped logging latest visitors. Why would this happen?

Thanks,
Patrick
 

precise

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Any ideas? For $100/mo I think a response of some sort is only fair.

Thanks,
Patrick
 

Reuben

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Try

/etc/rc.d/init.d/httpd stop
/etc/rc.d/init.d/httpd start

That should put the files back.
 

teck

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/usr/local/apache/logs/access_log

You should know where to find it if you have a linux server, this doesn\'t even have to do with cpanel.
 
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bdraco

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[quote:d84bf153ca]Any ideas? For $100/mo I think a response of some sort is only fair.

Thanks,
Patrick [/quote:d84bf153ca]


You should be contacting your reseller for support first. You should only post here if you encounter a bug or you cannot get help from them. [They are paid a large portion (sometimes as high as 50%) of that 100/month to support you]
 

totalufo

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[quote:402b1ce44f][i:402b1ce44f]Originally posted by precise[/i:402b1ce44f]

Hi,

It seems as though my latest visitors stats is not functioning server-wide. This is probably because there seem to be no access_logs here:

/usr/local/apache/domlogs

Now, it worked a few days ago, but then all the sudden it stopped logging latest visitors. Why would this happen?

Thanks,
Patrick[/quote:402b1ce44f]

I'm looking for user access-logs myself.

Are they here?

/usr/local/apache/domlogs

I see byte-log
and domain.com