Hi guys, I've set up Apache to send all requests (except requests to content files like images etc.) to index.php by using a rewrite rule. Because I was trying to test the php error log I deliberately created a php error in the index.php file. The error appeared in the php error log so it works well. However... 30 minutes later I checked the php error log again and I saw more of the same error messages while I had not refreshed my site. My website is not public and not known to the public, so I suspect some system process "peeks" at my public_html folder now and then. Since every request is being forwarded to the index.php file the error is triggered each time. I am wondering which process "peeks" into my public_html folder. Could it be a statistics program like AW stats? Addition: I see the error appears exactly every 5 minutes, in the first second of that minute. For example 21:30:01, 21:35:01, 21:40:01 and so on. Anybody has a clue which process peeks at my public_html folder every 5 minutes?