last visited how have many days and clarification url

mer2

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in cpanel last visited is only for 2 days , how can have more days ?

and if in the url I read this

/robots.txt

or

/user/login
/base/contact
..
from same ip, are automatic site that search access at the site?
 

mer2

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last visited also for domain and subdomain ,how?

if I have an account site0.com
I can have only last visted for this account

but If I create a domain or a subdoman how can read the last vistors?
 

mer2

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Sep 28, 2013
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last visited also for domain and subdomain ,how?

if I have an account site0.com
I can have only last visted for this account

but If I create a domain or a subdoman how can read the last vistors?
 

cPanelMichael

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Hello :)

Could you clarify the exact issue you are experiencing? The "Latest Visitors" option in cPanel displays up to 1,000 of the most recent entries in the Apache log for a given domain’s web site. You can select the domain you want to view the statistics for when clicking on the option.

Thank you.
 

mer2

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Hello :)

Could you clarify the exact issue you are experiencing? The "Latest Visitors" option in cPanel displays up to 1,000 of the most recent entries in the Apache log for a given domain’s web site. You can select the domain you want to view the statistics for when clicking on the option.

Thank you.

in which file are this access log?
where is set the number of days that must remain the values in the log?

is possible that there is a set only for last 2 - 3 days so a vistor of 4 days ago isn't memorized (or deleted) ?

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other questions:
if in the url in the visitor's table I read this
/robots.txt
or
/user/login
/base/contact
..
from same ip, are the automatic site that tries to access at the site?
 

cPanelMichael

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1. You will not have access to modify the amount of time the domain access logs are kept. It's configured under the "Stats and Logs" tab in "WHM Home » Server Configuration » Tweak Settings". You are limited to reviewing the "access-logs" location under your home directory unless you have root access to the server.

2. Yes, it's possible this is an automatic attempt to find locations to files on your website.

Thank you.