When migrating from one server to another, should copying the relevant log folder be sufficient? Will the new server know what to do with them?
Also, I understand that the log names are based on the "website" name in the control panel. If you change the name of a website, is it possible to keep the old logs?
asked Mar 09 '11 at 12:52
The ~/logs directory is a special directory on our platform. It automatically creates new logs based on certain criteria and rotates these logs. It is owned by root and can not be modified by you. You should simply backup the old logs into a tarball,
And let the new server generate the logs like it normally would.