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How to free up server space

If you are leasing a VPS or dedicated server from a hosting company and find you are getting low on space, it may not be necessary to take out additional storage. Log files can get notoriously big and are easy to delete once you know where they are. Do make sure you know what you are deleting first.

Where are the log files stored a Linux web server?

On Linux most log files are stored in /var/log/, website log files can also be stored in /var/www/vhosts/domainname/statistics/logs/ and mail logs in /usr/local/psa/var/log/.

How to free up server space on a Plesk server

In Plesk it is possible to set up log rotation and even have the log files emailed to you. Exact instructions vary dependant on the version of Plesk. Basically you want to go to a domain and look for the logs link, here you will be able to view your access log, error log and FTP log(xferlog_regular). These files can be extreamly useful when trying to debug applications, but can also be deleted to free up valuable server space when needed.