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domlogsperm

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by welo, Sep 20, 2003.

  1. welo

    welo Well-Known Member

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    This morning to afford some levity to the support dept, I contacted my colo facility with the following issue:

    Yeah, yeah - I'm in a silly mood today :). Poor overworked guys apparently didn't quite grasp the joke because they responded with:
    So out of curiosity I started for looking for info related to domlogsperm and cannot seem to dredge up anything through either general Google search or on the Redhat site, so I'm thinking this is a function specific to CPanel (I assume a listing of permanent domain logs). I poked around a bit on the server too and cannot seem to dredge up a corresponding file for it, and now am getting quite curious as to exactly where it is and what it does.

    Anyone know? Thanks.

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    Hmm. According to this, domlogs exists at /usr/local/apache/domlogs (confirmed), and is used basically for site stats. Still can't find anything on domlogsperm however. Is this a script?

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