Steps to view access log for a domain from Plesk


Plesk 9.x

1. Login to Plesk control panel.
2. Click on Domains >> select the concerned domain name.
3. Click on Log Manager under Statistics section.
4. Click on 'access_log' to view the access log for the domain.
5. If you wish to view only a specific number of lines of log file (from end of file), you can specify it in the option provided and click the log file to view it.

Plesk 10.x, 11.x

1. Login to Plesk control panel.
2. Click on Domains >> select the concerned domain name.
3. Click on the 'Websites & Domains' tab at the top of the page.
4. Click on Show advanced Operations.
5. Click on Logs.
6. Click on 'access_log' to view the access log for the domain.
7. If you wish to view only a specific number of lines of log file (from end of file), you can specify it in the option provided and click the log file to view it.

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2014-10-22 02:53
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