The Account Restore interface displays the status and progress of your account restoration, and any warnings.
This interface allows you to select cPanel & WHM log files for the cpanellogd daemon to compress and archive.
This feature displays information about your server's consumption of processing power and memory.
The interface displays up to 300 of the most recent entries in Apache's error logs, in reverse chronological order.
This guide provides the steps to reduce the file size of the log files on your server that you do not manage through WHM's cPanel Log Rotation Configuration interface.
This interface allows you to select Apache log files for the cpanellogd daemon to compress and archive.
Raw access logs are text files that contain information about your website's visitors.
This interface allows you to download Apache's raw access logs.
This interface allows you to download an FTP server's raw access logs.
This interface allows you to review your server's transfer and restore logs.
The TailWatch driver monitors a log file for certain activities and then performs actions based on the activity.
This document describes the location of all of the log files in cPanel & WHM, Webmail, and MySQL®. This document also provides examples of each log file.
The splitlogs binary optimizes your resources and performance when you create Apache logs.