I know about the domlogs and yes, the system does purge them every month.chirpy said:Chris,
Which logs are you referring to? If you mean the domlogs, then you can save space at the risk of tracing issues in those log files, by checking WHM > Tweak Settings > Delete each domain's access logs after stats run. That way they'll be cleared down once your stats apps have finished processing them. It does mean, though that if you have a compromise through the web server it makes it much more difficult to track down as the logs may well have been purged.
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