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Parallels Plesk Panel Maillog location Linux

Parallels Plesk Panel Maillog location Linux

When trying to find the email logs on my Plesk server I struggled to find them at first. Parallels Plesk Panel maillog is in a non standard location compared to you standard Linux system. On most Linux systems you will find the mail log in /var/log. However Plesk Panel stores the logs in usr/local/psa/var/log. If you want to see the servers mail log use the following command. tail -f /usr/local/psa/var/log/maillog I recommend creating a symbolic link to plesk logs within…

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How do I create a symbolic link?

How do I create a symbolic link?

What is a Symbolic Link? A symbolic link is simply a link to another file or directory from any location. This is very similar to shortcuts in Windows, and like Windows shortcuts can be very useful for quickly getting to specific files or directories. How do I create a symbolic link? ln -s [TARGET DIRECTORY OR FILE] ./[SHORTCUT] For example: ln -s /usr/local/apache/logs ./logs This points a symbolic link ./logs to /usr/local/apache/logs