How to enable User-Agent in access logs?

hamed5034

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Hello,

I want to enable "User-Agent" in access log for my cPanel server.
As I know, I should edit "/usr/local/apache/conf/httpd.conf"
Please tell me which lines of httpd.conf should be edited?

Thanks.
 

hamed5034

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Hello :)

Could you elaborate on what you would like to change specifically? For instance, for what purpose are you making a change? Keep in mind that you should not modify the httpd.conf file directly. Instead, following the instructions at:

EasyApache: Changes Contained Outside a VirtualHost Directive
EasyApache: Changes Contained Within a VirtualHost Directive

Thank you.
Hello,
I want to see "User-Agent" (Browser) in access logs.
This is the current access logs of my server:
Code:
207.241.226.216 - - [21/Nov/2013:23:14:59 +0330] "GET /robots.txt HTTP/1.1" 404 -
207.241.226.216 - - [21/Nov/2013:23:15:01 +0330] "GET /robots.txt HTTP/1.1" 404 -
207.241.226.216 - - [21/Nov/2013:23:15:01 +0330] "GET / HTTP/1.1" 200 2
And there is no "User-Agent" in it.
 

cPanelMichael

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Where are you reviewing those access logs at? You can review the full access logs in the appropriate files associated with the domain name in:

Code:
/usr/local/apache/logs/domlogs/
Thank you.
 

hamed5034

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Where are you reviewing those access logs at? You can review the full access logs in the appropriate files associated with the domain name in:

Code:
/usr/local/apache/logs/domlogs/
Thank you.
Hello,

My customers want to see the full access log. But they have no access to /usr/local/apache/logs/domlogs/
 

quietFinn

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Hello,

My customers want to see the full access log. But they have no access to /usr/local/apache/logs/domlogs/
They have access to /home/CPANELUSERNAME/access-logs/
 

cPanelMichael

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They have access to /home/CPANELUSERNAME/access-logs/
Yes, the individual customer can access the "access-logs" directory within their account to review their individual Apache domain access logs. The "access-logs" directory links to /usr/local/apache/domlogs/$user.

Thank you.