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Old 4th April 2013, 12:08
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Default Modsecurity and ISPConfig logging

currently, ISPConfig by default creates two logs for every website, /log/access.log and /log/error.log

mod_security2 by default logs interceptions into error.log, making it huge, difficult to read, and full of irrelevant info.

what should I do to have mod_security2 log interceptions into a separate log file for each website, alongside and similarly to the existing error and access logs?
i.e. I want each website to have a separate mod_sec.log along with error.log and access.log, and also to have it archived the same way.

any ideas on how to achieve this?
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