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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by sportbikes, Dec 31, 2003.

  1. sportbikes

    sportbikes Member

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    My site is exceeding the linux limit of 2GB for a log file in about 15days. I like awstats, but with cpanel, there is no way to rotate log files??

    CP has a delete log file after running stats, but I need to keep the files for offline analysis, too.

    Any suggestions?

    Anyone else have high traffic sites have a weblog/stats solution??

    Mike
     
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    Make another entry for Customlog to your home directory. There you can install an awstats to analyze that log file :)

    You will have to manually clear the file at times.
     
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    Jemshi - thanks! I thought of this breifly, but thought it would intterupt CPanles operations. Is this something that you have done??

    To clarify and understand my concern...

    - I'm assuming that you are referring to making any entry or change in the httpd.conf file. You are not stating that 2 sets of log should be kept for this virtuser (site). Is this correct?

    - Is it possible to have 2 sets of logs per virtuser (site)?

    - IF I was to disable/remove the default location that CP has setup in the httpd.conf file, won't that break CPs script to run stats when it tries to execute on that user?

    - Would CP every try to re-write the conf file and set it back to its original default upon an update?

    ANy insight would be helpful. The site is live and I didn't expect this issue, so don't have any place to test it.

    Mike
     
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