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Webalizer quit. Can't delete 11G log in control panel. Won't rotate or remove!

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by RazorNoir, Apr 13, 2007.

  1. RazorNoir

    RazorNoir Guest

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    Hey, I have been searching all over the internet to find the solution to this problem, but everything I have read doesn't work.
    -I didn't originally install this plesk 7.5 reloaded.
    the webalizer webstats show up at:
    domainname.com/plesk-stats/webstats

    I didn't know they weren't auto-updating and now they are at 11g! I go into the log manager and the option to delete them is grayed out. I cannot check the box to remove them. I have tried to delete them manually in the root, but honestly I don't know too much about that stuff (I'm an artist, not an programmer), and every time I try to see whats up, I get "statistics/logs/: No such file or directory exists"

    I AM LOST! I've looked all over the net for months and just need to know how to delete these monster logs once and for all?! Can I delete them in mysql? which directory could I delete them from there?

    Thanks so much!

    signed, RazorNo-Hope
     
  2. RazorNoir

    RazorNoir Guest

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    *cricket chirp* *cricket chirp*
    Hello?
     
  3. RazorNoir

    RazorNoir Guest

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    is this question too hard or something? Been looking at this blank post for 5 hours now... not that I'm expecting a miracle, but I'm sure there are other people who would like the answer to this frustrating circumstance as much as I do.

    Thanks for your time.
     
  4. servertune

    servertune Guest

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    To remove a file, SSH to the server and run this command from the directory where the file you want to delete:
    rm -rf FILE_TO_DELETE

    If that doesn't help, you can seek help from your host, or hire a professional individual/company to fix your server.
     
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