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Where are my Apache HTTP access logs?

Log files are found in the /logs directory for Plesk 5 hosting accounts, and in the /statistics/logs directory for Plesk 7.5 Reloaded hosting accounts.

You can find the log files by logging into your Plesk 5 control panel and clicking on your domain name. Click on the Log Manager button to find your log files. To save a log file to your local computer, click on the disk icon next to the log file you wish to download.

You can delete any log files with the word "processed" as part of their name. This file is a byproduct of statistics analysis and is not needed by Plesk. You cannot delete any of the other log files, as they are important to Plesk. To manage log rotation click on the Log Rotation button.

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