Server Access Logs in LPCP

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Server access logs are the log files that record all requests processed by a web hosting account. Anything that happens on your web hosting account will be recorded in the server access logs, if you have enabled the setting from within your LPCP control panel for the web hosting plan you use.

How to View Server Access Logs in LPCP

To access your web hosting account's server access logs, you must first login to your account's LPCP control panel. Next, find the link that reads "Server Access Logs". Click it to go to the Server Access Logs page within LPCP.

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This section of the LPCP control panel manages web access logs. It archives logs for each domain setup on your web hosting account. Use the table on the Server Access Logs page to enable logs on domains you need. Archives with logs get updated daily and can be obtained by clicking on the archive name.

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When it comes to troubleshooting account issues, or seeing how your account is being used - server access logs are an important feature to know about and use, as needed.

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