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Is there a way to have domain access logs (domlogs) archived every month?

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  1. johnburk

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    Is there a way to have the domlogs files archived every month?

    Currently cPanel has the option to have them deleted after processing. But I cannot find an option to have then archived the way apache log files are archived after the reach a certain size.
     
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    Monthly archiving is possible by enabling the following option: cPanel: Main >> Logs >> Raw Access Logs >> Configure Logs >> Archive logs in your home directory at the end of each stats run

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    In addition to the aforementioned option in cPanel, domain access logs (domlogs) can be rotated monthly if the following two options, set via WebHost Manager, are configured as shown below: WHM: Main >> Server Configuration >> Tweak Settings >> Stats and Logs
    • Delete each domain’s access logs after stats run
      • On (default)
      • Select: Off
    • Keep monthly log files [?] Keep log files at the end of the month (Off is the default because you can run out of disk space quickly)
      • Select: On
      • Off (default)

    For additional important information please read the following PDF document entitled cPanel & WHM Log Processing and Configuration (.pdf), from the Version 11.25 Release Notes; in the PDF, please see section 3.2., "Rotation & Retention," on pages 5 and 6, and section 4.2., "Log Rotation" and more narrowly "Domain Log Rotation," on page 9.
     
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