Log Paths for System Applications installed using Webuzo

Log Paths for System Applications installed using Webuzo.

PHP-FPM 5.3 :
/usr/local/apps/php53/var/log/

PHP-FPM 5.4 :
/usr/local/apps/php54/var/log/

PHP-FPM 5.5 :
/usr/local/apps/php55/var/log/

PHP-FPM 5.6 :
/usr/local/apps/php56/var/log/

Apache [Domain Logs| Access Logs | Error Logs | suPHP Logs] :
/usr/local/apps/apache/logs/

Apache2 [Domain Logs| Access Logs | Error Logs] :
/usr/local/apps/apache2/logs/

NGINX [Domain Logs] :
/usr/local/apps/nginx/var/log/

Tomcat 7 :
/usr/local/apps/tomcat/logs/

Lighttpd [Domain Logs| Access Logs | Error Logs] :
/usr/local/apps/lighttpd/var/log/

Service Start/Stop/Restart :
/tmp

EMPS Update :
/tmp/emps.log

Webuzo Installation :
/root/webuzo-install.log

Dovecot:
/var/log/dovecot-debug.log
/var/log/dovecot-info.log
/var/log/dovecot.log

Exim :
/var/log/exim/main.log
/var/log/exim/reject.log
/var/log/exim/panic.log

CRON :
/var/log/cron

MySQL :
/var/log/mysqld.log

MariaDB :
/var/log/mysqld.log

MongoDB :
/var/lib/mongo/mongod.log

Contact support for more information : https://www.softaculous.com/support/

Webuzo 2.3.0 Launched

Hi,

The Webuzo Team has released Webuzo 2.3.0. This version has some quick new features and minor bug fixes.

1) Support for Apache 2.4 : Users can now install Apache 2.4 from the Webuzo Enduser Panel and also set Apache 2.4 as the default web server to be used.

2) Users can now create a blacklist of scripts (i.e. scripts to be disabled) from the Admin Panel. Click here for guide.

3) Users can now enable backups to be taken by admin using CLI even when the backups are disabled in Enduser Panel. Enable the setting “Allow admin to backup from command line” from Webuzo Admin Panel -> Settings. Click here for CLI backup guide.

4) Improved Script packaging API to deliver script updates faster.

5) Added Japanese language.

6) [BUG FIX] Users were unable to refresh the license key once they are logged out from the Webuzo Panel. This is fixed now.

7) [BUG FIX] CRON Weekday was restricted to 0-6 as the parameters instead of 0-7. This is fixed now.

Manage CRON Jobs in Webuzo

Cron jobs are scheduled tasks that take place at predefined times or intervals on the server. Often, a cron job is a series of simple tasks executed from a script file. For example, you could set a cron job to delete temporary files every month considering a cleanup to manage disk space.

Webuzo provides a very Simple and Easy-to-Use Interface to help users setup a CRON task from the Webuzo Enduser Panel.

Note: Scheduling cron jobs to run too often may slow down your server.

The CRON Service is installed by default with every installation of Webuzo. All what you require to do is – Add/Edit/Delete your CRON Tasks.

This article will walk-through of Adding / Editing and Deleting CRON Jobs from the Webuzo Enduser Panel

Getting Started
Navigate to the CRON Jobs Menu in the Webuzo Enduser Panel >> Server Settings > Cron Job

Webuzo Cron Job Navigation

Add Cron Job
To Add a cron job:

A) Set the interval at which you wish to run the Cron Job.

Add Cron Job

Attributes :
1) Minute — Enter the number of minutes between running the cron job, or the minute each hour on which you wish to run the cron job. Allowed values : 0-59
2) Hour — Enter the number of hours between running the cron job, or the hour each day on which you wish to run the cron job. Allowed values : 0-23
3) Day — Enter the number of days between running the cron job, or the day of the month on which you wish to run the cron job. Allowed values : 1-31
4) Month — Enter the number of months between running the cron job, or the month of the year in which you wish to run the cron job. Allowed values : 1-12 (or names)
5) Weekday — Enter the day(s) of the week on which you wish to run the cron job. Allowed values : 0-7 (or names)
6) Command — Type the command you wish the system to run.

That’s it !!! Click Add Cron Job.

List Cron Jobs
The Cron Job page displays the list of Cron Jobs set on the server for the user.
You can further manage (Edit/Delete) the Cron Jobs to suit your requirements.

Edit Cron Jobs
To Edit a Cron job:
1) Click on the Edit Button inline to the Cron Job which you wish to Edit.
Edit Cron Job
2) Make the necessary changes. (Fields are similar as in the Add Cron Job Option)
Save Cron Job
3) Hit Save to store the changes/ update the Cron Task.

Delete Cron Jobs
To Delete a Cron job:
1) Click on the delete icon inline to the CRON you want to Delete.
Delete Cron Job
2) You will be prompted to confirm your deletion.
3) Hit Yes to DELETE the CRON.

Webuzo Cron Demo : http://demo.webuzo.com/enduser/index.php?act=cronjob

Note: You can follow this guide to learn more about CRON activities.

CRON Guide : http://www.manpagez.com/man/5/crontab/

Hope that was Simple enough !!!