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Old 11th September 2006, 01:52
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Question I can erase the files log ?

Hi all,

I can erase the files .log that are in the folder /root/ispconfig/httpd/logs ?
The size of some of these files is very big ( 20 Mb. or more ) and constant they are increasing.

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Old 11th September 2006, 09:51
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Well 20 megs is not really big.
In this folder there are the apache's access and errorlogs. Normally
logrotate runs about that files, keeping the actual and a rotated with a .1 at the end. Older files are normally compressed so you should not have any diskspace problems.

But if you wish to delete them, I would only delete the gzipped ones.
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O.K. Ben

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