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Apache logs on demand?

At any time I can go into my cPanel and use the File Manager to read the /home/xxxx/logs folder which contains mywebsitename-Dec-2019.gz. It is an Apache log of all my website activity, and is updated every night at approximately 4am local time.

 

Until the next update, the log does not change. Suppose I want to see what just occurred on my website today, and I don't want to wait until 4am. I want to see a partial update right now.

 

Is there any way to do that? To get an earlier update on a one-time or occasional basis?

 

 

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@immortalSpirit 

 

In cPanel if you go to Raw Access  you can see today's current log file

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Super User IV

@immortalSpirit 

 

In cPanel if you go to Raw Access  you can see today's current log file

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Absolutely right @PL281! Exactly what I was looking for. Thanks a bunch!