/usr/local/cpanel/scripts/gather-update-logs script gathers your server's update logs and sends them to cPanel, L.L.C. for analysis. Whenever the
/upcp script runs, it creates a tarball file to send. This tarball contains all of the update log data that the system stored since your last update.
/var/cpanel/updatelogsdirectory contains the system's uncompressed update log files.
/usr/local/cpanel/logs/update_analysisdirectory stores the
.tar.gzfiles that the system will send.
Run the script
To run this script on the command line, use the following format:
Use the following options with this script:
Whether to send the specified tarball.
If you use this option, you must also use the
List the existing tarballs on the server.
Specify an existing tarball to send to cPanel, L.L.C. for analysis. This tarball's filename must match the following regular expression:
Several settings exist in WHM's Tweak Settings interface (WHM >> Home >> Server Configuration >> Tweak Settings) to enable, disable, or customize this functionality. We disable these settings by default.
- To set the number of days to retain log files before deletion, use the Update analysis retention interval setting in the Support section.
- To set whether the system sends anonymized data about your server configuration, use the Send error reports to cPanel for analysis setting in the Support section.
- To set whether the system sends anonymized data about how you and your users use cPanel & WHM, use the Send information about server usage to cPanel for analysis setting in the Support section.
- To change the number of days to retain these logs, use the Number of days to retain upcp logs before purging them setting in the Stats and Logs section.
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