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Control of log files

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by wacnstac, Mar 28, 2003.

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    wacnstac Well-Known Member

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    Hello, WHM has just informed me that I am running low on disk space in my partition containing usr/local/apache. I am noticing some immense log files in this partition under domlogs and usr/local/cpanel/logs and probably some other areas (I think suexe mail keeps some logs too). Is there some way to control the size of these to keep them from using up all available disk space? Do you simply have to delete these files periodically? If so which ones are safe to delete?
     
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    wacnstac Well-Known Member

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    Anybody? I hear a giant sucking sound on one of my virtual drives :)
     
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    You can set the user domlogs to delete after each stats run in Tweak Settings. That will save a lot of space and reducle loads during backups.
     
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    Done! Is there anything else I can do? Where can I kill some of the suexec email logs?
     
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