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Old 26th July 2010, 11:09
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Default apache log issues

My website is only serving around 10 websites.

One of the website is very active thus generating lots of logs.

I just found out about this only when I got alerted for diskspace running out email.

I tried searching in ispconfig and there are no option to disable logging for certain website.

I am using ispconfig 3.0.1.6.

Can I know where I can disable http logging for specified websites?? I think this is a pretty important feature and I assume it is already implemented? Maybe I didn't find properly?

What about compressions on the logs? Is there any?

What about log rotate?

As of now, these 3 features seems like not available. Without these, the logs will build up like crazy, even for a normal website, the logs generated daily is around 1GB already. With compression, this could reduce to 100mb.

Please help....thanks.
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