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This documentation is for a previous release of cPanel & WHM. To view our latest documentation, visit our Home page.

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( Home >> Server Configuration >> Tweak Settings )

 

Note:

Many of the options in this section of the Tweak Settings interface allow you to specify whether to send anonymized data to cPanel for analysis. For more information about how cPanel, Inc. uses this data, read our Server Usage Analysis Data Collection Policy. 

Send error reports to cPanel for analysis

This setting allows you to specify whether you wish to send anonymized error reports to cPanel, Inc. for analysis. This setting defaults to On.

 

Send information about server configuration to cPanel for analysis

This setting allows you to specify whether you wish to send anonymized information about your server configuration to cPanel, Inc. for analysis. This setting defaults to On.

 

Send information about server usage to cPanel for analysis

This setting allows you to specify whether you wish to send anonymized information about how you use cPanel & WHM to cPanel, Inc. for analysis. This setting defaults to Off.

 

Update analysis retention interval

This setting allows you to specify how long to keep the update analysis log files that you send to cPanel, Inc.

The following options are available:

  • Disable message retention — Select this option if you no longer wish to keep update analysis log files.
  • 90 Days — Select this option to keep update analysis log files for 90 days. This is the default option.
  • Save indefinitely — Select this option to keep update analysis log files indefinitely.
  • days — Select this option to enter the number of days that you wish to keep the log files.

The system stores update analysis log files in the /usr/local/cpanel/logs/update_analysis directory.