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Piped Apache Logs

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by JDPWebmaster, Oct 22, 2014.

  1. JDPWebmaster

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    Hello,

    My Apache access_log was always fairly large and setup to rotate into the archive folder every 100MB. I recently enabled Piped Apache Logs. Ever since then, it seems as though barely anything is being written to the access_log.

    For example, today is nearly over and the access_log is only 15 kilobytes and hasn't been rotated yet! Previously to enabling Piped Logging, the access_log would hit the 100MB limit and rotate multiple times per day. It seems as though the data that used to be written to the access_log is now being written to somewhere else, but where?
     
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    Hello,

    After stopping and restarting Apache and nginx, the access_log is back to normal.
     
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