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log check command?

Discussion in 'CloudLinux' started by smartshovon, Oct 9, 2013.

  1. smartshovon

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    anyone can give me log check command for my cloud linux server? anyone can give me any better server error check/log check and troubleshooting plugin/software name/ url for server?
     
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    Hi,

    Using tail command you can logs on the server.

    Following are the paths where you can check the logs

    For Apache server : cd /usr/local/apache/logs/ Here you can see access logs/error logs/mod sec logs etc
    For Cpanel: cd /usr/local/cpanel/logs, Here you can see access logs/error logs
    For Easyapche : cd /usr/local/cpanel/logs/easy/apache
    For Exim: /var/log , here you can see, exim_mainlog/exim_paniclog/exim_rejectlog
    For FTP: /var/log/messages
    For LFD: /var/log/lfd.log
    For ssh logs: /var/log/secure
    For Boot logs: /var/log/dmesg
     
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    tail command are not work in my ssh. why? nano is word. can you know any better 3rd party plugin name?
     
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    Not sure if this is helpful for you or not, but, if you have ConfigServer Firewall installed, go to it in WHM, 3rd button down from the top you'll find: "Watch System Logs". This is an option added a while back that's very, very useful.
     
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