cPanel Awstats Fix – Stoped Logging on single domain

Quite a simple solution to this one actually, this problem usually occurs when apache log files are over 2GB in size. This means that no further logging is done, and appears that awstats is not working. Best way is to either rotate your log file or delete the domain log files from/usr/local/apache/domlogs/yourdomain.com.log

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