Log files too big?

  • Jimmie
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Post 3+ Months Ago

i had a problem with my server being slow before and some guy did something with the log files to where they reset or something cause they were getting too big. i just updated cpanel today, and now my sites are slow again like they were before...

can someone help me?
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  • Daemonguy
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Not sure about cpanel, but if you have shell access AND
care about the logs: cd ~logs/
tar -cvf logs.date *

don't care about the logs: cd ~/logs
rm -rf *

:)

Just my sick humor for the day. What is cpanel anyway? I am guessing it is some front end hosting companies use for small to midrange customers to access their particular environment... though I am not sure which platform it might run on.

Cheers.
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cPanel is a beautiful front end for web hosting providers that provides for anything one would probably ever want... specify resources, create reseller accounts, the whole nine yards, it really is a must if you as me if selling web hosting. You need either that or ensim or something similar... people simply don't accept having no GUI these days to set up stuff and see account info.
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darkermoon wrote:
cPanel is a beautiful front end for web hosting providers that provides for anything one would probably ever want... specify resources, create reseller accounts, the whole nine yards, it really is a must if you as me if selling web hosting. You need either that or ensim or something similar... people simply don't accept having no GUI these days to set up stuff and see account info.

Ahh. Yeah, we would not use something like that. :)
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