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looking for WHM usage history

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by gypsy2012, Apr 22, 2004.

  1. gypsy2012

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    Does WHM log what it does? If an authorized user is on the WHM and does something is that recorded somewhere? I haven't been able to find a history file or log file for whm.
     
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    that sucks, thanks for the answer
     
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    If that were to happen (and they aren't a reseller), they'd have servers root password and you'd be in a much bigger heap of trouble.

    Having a log of activity of resellers in WHM would seem a good idea, though. Why not log it into bugzilla as a suggestion?
     
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    Sometimes you aren't looking for history because you expect someone did something wrong on purpose. Bash keeps a history when you are shelled, why not whm?

    Sometimes you are just backtracking to try to figure out how something happened. The situation where it came up was because this particular machine changed it's primary IP seemingly randomly.

    I had to force the ip route table to fix it and noone had been shelled into the box for days when it happened, so we have to assume it was a mistake on the part of one of 5 people who could of logged into the whm and I wanted to see what whm had done that might of made that change.

    I'd like to see whm writing to it's own log file or even to /var/log/messages with IP login and command every time it does something.
     
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