thewebhosting

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My /usr partition is almost 92% full. Is it safe to remove usr/local/apache/domlogs?? Below is the disk space usage from each directories under /usr.

3468324 local
865716 share
594172 lib
512504 tmpDSK
272168 bin
192488 home
120396 src
35244 sbin
27564 include
21344 libexec
1628 kerberos
88 man
76 doc
24 X11R6
16 lost+found
12 etc
12 aquota.user
8 games
4 tmp
4 quota.user
 
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jayh38

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You should not delete the log files, otherwise apache may have problems starting. If you want to disable logging, you should edit httpd.conf and comment out logging for the particular domains and or perhaps run your log parsing more often as needed.

If you simply want to empty the log files:

echo > logfile.log
 

cPanelKenneth

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Apr 7, 2006
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My /usr partition is almost 92% full. Is it safe to remove usr/local/apache/domlogs?? Below is the disk space usage from each directories under /usr.

3468324 local
865716 share
594172 lib
512504 tmpDSK
272168 bin
192488 home
120396 src
35244 sbin
27564 include
21344 libexec
1628 kerberos
88 man
76 doc
24 X11R6
16 lost+found
12 etc
12 aquota.user
8 games
4 tmp
4 quota.user
Check for, and delete, any core files you find in /usr/local/cpanel/whostmgr/docroot