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Domlogs not updating cpanel

Most linux distributions come default with a logrotate cronjobrunning nightly, that will work with this configuration.

Exim is the MTA(Mail Transfer Agent) that c Panel utilizes.

This function is now integrated in the Nginx plugin itself.

And it will only be active as a button if the proxy to apache is active.

We are using latest version of n Deploy [email protected] [/home/xxxxxx/access-logs]# lltotal 160drwxr-x--- 2 root xxxxxx 4096 Dec 24 ./drwx--x--x 320 root wheel 155648 Dec 24 ../awstats works on domlogs in /usr/local/apache/domlogs/ . And it will only be active as a button if the proxy to apache is active.

Please see if that is being updated If logging to domlogs is working . You need to select the domain in Nginx plugin and go to the second screen to see the apache pbp-fpm version selector nginx_confgen(cpaneluser, main_domain) # Generate conf for main domain File "/opt/n Deploy/scripts/generate_config.py", line 572, in nginx_confgen if clusterenabled: Name Error: global name 'clusterenabled' is not defined Conf Gen:: bolsasev Traceback (most recent call last): File "/opt/n Deploy/scripts/generate_config.py", line 628, in nginx_confgen(cpaneluser, main_domain) # Generate conf for main domain File "/opt/n Deploy/scripts/generate_config.py", line 572, in nginx_confgen if clusterenabled: Name Error: global name 'clusterenabled' is not defined Conf Gen:: alofokev Traceback (most recent call last): File "/opt/n Deploy/scripts/generate_config.py", line 628, in nginx_confgen(cpaneluser, main_domain) # Generate conf for main domain File "/opt/n Deploy/scripts/generate_config.py", line 572, in nginx_confgen if clusterenabled: Name Error: global name 'clusterenabled' is not defined Stopping nginx: [ OK ]Starting nginx: [ OK ] You mean the apache pbp-fpm plugin.

Hook: /opt/n Deploy/scripts/reload_ID: 9WGt Cp Twy Hn Ia DB5Lf Seayp LThis hook is enabled. I think I got the "This hook runs as the root user" wrong somehow I will check this and see what can be done to reload after stats are processed.

This patch not working, account logs are empty, and awstat can't process it. This function is now integrated in the Nginx plugin itself.

The second one will be replaced with a username if HTTP Authentication is used. Date and Time The third field shows up the date and time and also shows up the universal offset time. In our case here, the request shows up a 200 code which means “OK” and the request is successfull. Size of file The next field shows up the size of the file in bytes excluding the headers. Page previously visited This field shows up the page from which the client / user managed to get on to the visited page.