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Delete each domain's access logs after stats run

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by lexmark, Jul 15, 2004.

  1. lexmark

    lexmark Well-Known Member

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    Hello, what exactly does the option "Delete each domain's access logs after stats run" what does that mean? Also, I am currently using pro ftp, it seems that Pure-ftpd is a lot better, should I switch to Pure-ftpd? The only disadvantage I see is the logging ut that should be a big deal? Thanks
     
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    We have this enabled and the logs are removed after your stats are updated. This helps from filling up the /usr partition. The logs are removed from /usr/local/apache/domllogs.

    Cant comment on the pure-ftp as we have had good luck with pro.
     
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    Thanks, yeah I kinda figured that is what it meant, but does that mean all of the old statistics (like last month's logs) are deleted and it only displays the current month?
     
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    No, when the stats run, it is stored to the users shell /home/username/public_html/tmp
    When the logrunner is finished, it just removes the logs from /domlogs
     
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    Anyone know of a script that works that will rotate instead of remove the domlogs after the logrunner has ran?
     
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