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Timestamp all the entries in the cPanel error log

cPanelMary shared this idea 7 years ago
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Hi,

As a server owner (or support tech), I would like the ability to see timestamps for all the entries in the cPanel error log. I'm specifically thinking of these entries at the moment, but there have been other times when I've been frustrated by the lack of ability to determine exactly when or how frequently an event is occurring:

  1. Previous check_sessions still running with pid: 27755. Possible cpsrvd denial of service attack in progress.
  2. Previous check_sessions still running with pid: 4534. Possible cpsrvd denial of service attack in progress.
  3. Previous check_sessions still running with pid: 5950. Possible cpsrvd denial of service attack in progress.

Thank you for your consideration. :)

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a few more really frustrating entries not to have timestamps on:

  • cpsrvd [$PID] Shutting down due to SIGTERM
  • Internal Server Error: "" 500 The server is too busy to handle your request. Please wait a few minutes and try again.

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