WWW logs (User)

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To effectively manage your web server, you need to get feedback about the activity and performance of the server and any problems that may be occurring.

The WWW log module provides tools that enabling you to collect and manage your WWW server Logs via web-interface.

Your web-server logs all requests to each WWW domain. Using this log you may learn the statistic information concerning access to a certain WWW domain. For this purpose you may use such programs as Webalizer и Awstats.

Provide a default program to analyse web-site logs. Later you can choose another analyser or disable it for any of the WWW domain in the "Logs rotation" section.
Module «WWW logs»


Image:T-bullet.gif View a list of WWW logs
Image:T-edit.png View the log content
Image:T-delete.pngDelete log content
Image:T-archive.png View previous log files
Image:T-download.png Download file


View a list of WWW logs

  • Name - name of the log record.
  • Size - size of the data transferred.
  • Modification time - time when the record was modified.
  • Saved - amount of the data saved.
  • Total size - total size of all the data.

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View the log content

With this function you can view the content of a log file. To do that, select the log file from the list and click the "View" icon. You can not change the content of a log file.

  • Number of rows displayed - enter the number of rows to be displayed (30 is used by default).

Delete log content

With this function you can delete all the records from the log or delete its content, in case of archive file. To do that, select the required line from the list and click the "Delete" icon. Confirm that you want to delete the log content by clicking OK on the following form.

View previous log files

To review previous log files and select the archive log files, select the required line from list and click "Archive". The table will be displayed, where you can select the required log-file.

Download file

With this function you can save the required files on the local computer. To download a log file, select it from the list and click the "Download" iom.

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