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Old 4th April 2011, 21:09
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Default Access log build-up

Is it possible to specify to limit the diskusage of logs for a site?
I got a heavy traffic site generating 2GB of logs per day :P

The log dirs Im looking at is both the sites own log/ and then apache log dir in /var/log where it saves other_vhost log files.

If it's not possible, is there a recommended way to disable accesslogs for heavy traffic sites?
I could yank out the accesslog lines in configs but that'd be a bit brutish.
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Old 5th April 2011, 10:22
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Logging can not be disabled for a single site as the vhosts dont have separate log configurations. The only thing that you can do is e.g. write a script to delete the logs by cron.

The other_vhost log is not used by ispconfig and can be removed from the apache configuration if you dont need it for any other purpose.
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