Alright, so here I sit staring at a cPanel box that's been up and running for the last two months or so.. light usage so far, but I've got a few logfiles that are staring at me something fierce, and from what I see none of them are set to rotate out at any point: [b:69f128c695]/var/log/xferlog = 25meg[/b:69f128c695] Now I know this is the logfile for ProFTPd (The FTP Server).. and is currently NOT rotated by default on my RH7.2 installation... the 64 thousand dollar question becomes, can it be rotated? The ProFTPd people seem to say yes. ( according to this section of the manual http://proftpd.linux.co.uk/localsite/Userguide/linked/x356.html ). But of course the real question is, will rotating these logs out regularly screw with any cPanel/WHM related functions? Do any cPanel/WHM functions/statsproggies/etc use this on a regular basis? And possibly more importantly, what about these two fellows? [b:69f128c695]/usr/local/apache/logs/error_log = ~50meg /usr/local/apache/logs/access_log = ~9meg[/b:69f128c695] Anyone got some experience rotating any of these they'd like to share with the group?