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From Sander Smeenk <ssmeenk+apache...@freshdot.net>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] access.log problem
Date Wed, 12 Dec 2007 08:41:31 GMT
Quoting Staf Wagemakers (staf.wagemakers@gmail.com):

> > own when apache2 is restarted?, and if they are, what can I do if they
> > have not been regenerated by numerous apache2 restarts, and also
> > complete system reboots.
> The access-log file is created automatically at a httpd server start if it
> doesn't exists..  apache2ctl restart should do the trick

If, however, you've rm -rf'ed the log directory and recreated it, please
make sure the ownerships and mode on the directory (and files therein)
are correct so your Apache user can write to them.

-Sndr.
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