How to recreate log files hardlink structure?

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    Stu (Rader) Liedtke

    I have executed the above fix for all domains.

    Then, when I try to rebuild stats following the fix above, I keep getting errors (whether I do one domain or all).

    plesk sbin statistics --calculate-one --domain-name=thisdomain.org

    -----[ thisdomain.org
    Webstat: awstats
    Executing awstats...
    Skip log/var/www/vhosts/system/thisdomain.org/logs/access_log.webstat because it is empty or does not exist
    Processing the log /var/www/vhosts/system/thisdomain.org/logs/access_ssl_log.webstat

    /usr/lib/cgi-bin/awstats.pl -update -configdir=/opt/psa/etc/awstats -config=thisdomain.org-https -LogFile=/var/www/vhosts/system/thisdomain.org/logs/access_ssl_log.webstat
    Skip log `proxy_access_log' because it has parent `access_log'
    Skip log `proxy_access_ssl_log' because it has parent `access_ssl_log'
    Skip log/var/www/vhosts/system/thisdomain.org/logs/xferlog.webstat because it is empty or does not exist
    Skip log/var/www/vhosts/system/thisdomain.org/logs/xferlog_regular.webstat because it is empty or does not exist
    [2020-10-03 13:35:19.316] DEBUG [util_exec] [5f78b652e1c1d] Stdout: Stat_ttl for the domain is 3.Finished.

    thanks for any insight into my issue.

    stu

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    Taras Ermoshin

    Hello @Stu (Rader) Liedtke!

    I don't see any issues or errors in the provided output - the log file access_ssl_log.webstat was processed, other log files were skipped for specified reasons (empty or doesn't exist, has parent).

    If any further assistance is required, consider submitting a support ticket or starting a thread on our forum.

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