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Domlogs not updating cpanel

Hi saver, Logs and Analytic Features are secondary processes The logs and analytic features within your c Panel are considered "secondary" processes as they are not actually needed for your website to be online.

Other ways to check your website statistics While Awstats in your c Panel can give you quite a bit of information about your website visitors, Google Analytics can give you much more information about your traffic, much faster, and is more of an industry standard when compared to Awstats.

If you're interested in finding a bit more information on Google Analytics, you can start by viewing our article entitled Installing Google Analytics on your Website. If you have further questions, please feel free to update your question or post in the comments on this page.

This brief tutorial will show you how to fix Webalizer not updating properly.

Check whether cpanellogd is running on the server using pstree . Else, it is possible that awstats for only that particular domain is not updating. It will update the awstats and automatically clear the domlogs file thereafter. Also, check for any other duplicate folders that can be removed safely. Cleaning up and making space on /var Cpanel and Linux leaves a lot of log files in /var After several years these can add up, especially in the cpanel/bandwidth folder.

I'm not sure if this is the case with your account, but this issue does arise from time to time.

VPS and Dedicated Hosting Customers If you are on a VPS or Dedicated Server, we suggested submitting an email to [email protected] requesting that our System Administration team review your server's resource usage.

When the server is busy processing these thousands and thousands (maybe millions in some cases) of lines in the logs, your server can reach a point where this heavy load caused by running stats can actually affect your website's performance.

This is because your server is so busy running stats, it doesn't have the time to handle all website requests, and your website may appear down.

Delete c Panel File Manager temp files When users upload files in File Manager within c Panel, File Manager creates a temp file that may or may not get removed upon upload.

You can remove these files using this command: rm -fv /home/*/tmp/Cpanel_* 2.

Remove c Panel update archives Cpanel and Easy Apache updates tend to leave behind files that you probably don’t need.