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From steve <sfrei...@roadrunner.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] access.log
Date Mon, 17 Dec 2007 01:46:26 GMT
Martin Barry wrote:
> $quoted_author = "steve" ;
>> not 100% sure, ive never done it, (using deb etch stock install) before
>> i accidentely deleted the logs, there was 28 of them, all but 2 were .gz
>> and the other 2 were access.log and access.log.1   the only one apache
>> ever wrote to was the .1 one.  i made access.log and access.log.1 but
>> apache wrote for a short time to access.log, now does not.  root owns
>> the apache2 folder and both logs.  it writes to the error log fine. im
> 
> can you show as the output of an 'ls -l' in your log directory?
> 
> and the output of 'lsof | grep -i apache' before and after apache stops
> logging?
> 
> 
>> sure its not wise to keep removing apache2 and keep re installing it right??
> 
> it's not really a workable solution, no. :-)
> 
> cheers
> marty
> 

http://pastebin.com/m229abd41

sorry, updated to show inside /var/log/apache2





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