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Problem with log files

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Dave Scott, Nov 6, 2015.

  1. Dave Scott

    Dave Scott Registered

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    Hello,
    i tried to post my issues, but it gives some error like "Spam-like contents". So, i'm posting my issues here.

    Problem:
    I'm new to this forum and i wish my problems would be resolved quickly :) because i've tried everything to resolve this issue but failed :(. The problem is:
    I'm using VPS with cpanel and i use to monitor my logs on daily basis. But from 15 days i'm not getting my logs in archive file of the user i.e. /home/username/logs/archive file.gz. I mean after 16th Oct., there is no any logs generated till now.
    I've tried everything for example, increasing disk space, deleting the previous archive file etc. I deleted the archive file and the next day i got the new archive file but logs are still upto 16th Oct.
    So, please try to resolve the issue. I shall be highly obliged. :)
     
  2. Infopro

    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    No need to send anyone messages privately, you're a new user to the forums, posting on the forums works fine.

    Your Access Level in your forums profile here shows you as being a Reseller. Do you have root access to the server? If not, you might do better to speak with your Hosting Provider about this matter.
     
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