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Plesk DOES NOT COMPRESS the logfiles!

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by JTRipper, Apr 16, 2008.

  1. JTRipper

    JTRipper Regular Pleskian

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    Plesk 8.3.0.1 Update 080228.13 statistics problem

    After succesful upgrade from 8.3.0 to Plesk 8.3.0.1 Update 080228.13, the server does not zip my W3SVC logfiles.I've over 700 domains on this setup (some of them very busy with daily logfile of over 100MB). All the configured domais have enabled option to compress the logfiles (it's been there from 2 years).

    Now, in the next 2 days I'll be out of the disk space on the server..

    BTW.
    After the upgrade the statistics task is completing it's job few hours earlier than usual.
    I can see that from the time of arrival "Notification of problem domains" mails.
    What should I check?

    Update: When the domain was created in the last few month (previous versions of Plesk 8.1, 8.2), all is working well - the logfiles are zipped and webstats are up to date.
    If the domain was created for over 6 months ago - the statistics process does NOT update webstat, traffic and DOES NOT ZIP the logfiles. ( I mean domains created with 7.6.1 version)
     
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    JTRipper Regular Pleskian

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    when I launch statistics.exe /?

    I found the option

    --update-actions
    Rotates action log and launches event actions.

    Is that the option which rotates the logfiles?

    Anyone?

    Update: when I launch the stats manually:

    C:\Program Files\SWsoft\Plesk\admin\bin>statistics.exe --process-domains=domain.tld --verbose
    Save FTP logs 2: 'C:\Inetpub\FTPlogs\' HTTP logs 2: '' mail logs 2: ''
    I get this error:
    Unable to execute event C:\Program Files\SWsoft\Plesk\admin\plib\actionlog\actio
    nlog.php --domain-limit-size-reached --domain-id 771
    :

    and the process stops with this error.

    any clue?
     
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