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Latest revision as of 13:31, 12 November 2011

General - Clear Logs

Log files are an important resource when developing or debugging applications. Over time, log files can become very large. Generally there is no need to keep these. When running servers from a USB memory stick, freeing up space is essential. This menu allows you to delete all or just certain log files.


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Clear server log files

UniController: Server Configuration > General > Clear Server log files

Clear a Single Log file

  • Select the log file to delete (Tick check box).
  • Click Clear Selected button.

Clear All log files

  • Click Select All button.
  • Click Clear Selected button.

Note 1: The current file size is displayed.
Note 2: To clear Apache and MySQL logs, you must first stop the servers.
Note 3: To clear Apache and MySQL logs, you must first stop the servers.

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Files modified

Depending on what is selected, the following files are modified:

  • UniServer\usr\local\apache2\logserror.log
  • UniServer\usr\local\apache2\logs\access.log
  • UniServer\usr\local\apache2\logs\error_ssl.log
  • UniServer\usr\local\apache2\logs\access_ssl.log
  • UniServer\usr\local\mysql\data\mysql.err
  • UniServer\uni_con\cron\cron.log
  • UniServer\uni_con\dtdns_updater\dtdns.log
  • UniServer\uni_con\db_backup\db_backup.log

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