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  1. #1
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    apache log

    Hello,

    I need apache log file for one of our accounts .
    I going to /usr/local/apche/domlogs and but in this folder I can found logs for today only.

    How can I found previous log files ?

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    If you're using cPanel, it's probable that you have "Delete each domain's access logs after stats run" enabled which does exactly that. You can login to WHM, click on Tweak Settings and scroll down to the Stats and Logs section to confirm.

    If that option is enabled, then there will be no way to view the previous logs for a website. I would still suggest leaving the option checked, as it prevents log files from reaching 2+ GB in size where Apache *may* run into problems...
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    webhostbeginner,

    This means the stats have run and you can check the domain stats program to get the data.
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