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Error: No such log file

Error: "No such log file" while viewing the ssh log file from the Ezeelogin webpanel
1. Make sure that the ssh log file exists in /var/log/ezlogin/ directory for the id specified in the ssh log session. You can refer to the screenshot below to get the id of the ssh log session and follows the steps to find out the log location.


  •  Login to mysql and ensure that the ssh log file exist in /var/log/ezlogin/ for the specified id. In the above screenshot the id of the ssh log is "40".

[email protected]:~ mysql -u root -p

mysql> use ezlogi_yly;


MariaDB [ezlogin_yly]> select * from rrbeyf_sshlogs where id=40\G;
*************************** 1. row ***************************
id: 40
user_id: 1
server_id: 1
serveractivity_id: 94
ssh_user: root
type: input
status: begin
file: /var/log/ezlogin/input/ezadm158/
comments: NULL
encryption: 1
created: 2022-02-24 21:37:59
mtime: 2022-02-24 21:37:59
1 row in set (0.000 sec)

ERROR: No query specified

Replace the Id with the id of your ssh log session.

You can get the Ezeelogin database name and prefix from the /usr/local/etc/ezlogin/ez.conf  file

  • Check if the log file exists under /var/log/ezlogin

[email protected]:~ ls /var/log/ezlogin/input/ezadm158/


2.  Ensure that the log directories have the correct permission.  Run the following command fix the persmission.

[email protected]:~ /usr/local/ezlogin/eztool.php -fix_log_permissions


3 Make sure that the Ezeelogin user have the access to the servers to which the Ezeelogin user trying to view the log. You can confirm it from Ezeelogin gui > Access control > User to server or User to Server Group.


4.  Append " log_level trace "  to the Ezeelogin config file In order to get detailed error messages from Ezeelogin error logs. 


[email protected]:#  vi /usr/local/etc/ezlogin/ez.conf 

 For example refer the following:

cver 2
system_folder /var/www/ezlogin/
www_folder /var/www/html/ezlogin/
uri_path /ezlogin/
force_https no
db_host localhost
db_port /var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock
db_name ezlogin_gxeqs
db_user ezlogin_rfv
db_pass TX/osUaN+eC9tGhEMLP4CkHJOeW6MTsItJtt8sqQftz5+rQpFaL4Di4Kyy1nY9s5crQFTd01Q+twGy/UaWi4KFLVjtAKeAQzJfWzcbXN6aY=
db_prefix bepdc_
cookie_encryption_key PR7ywZcWe56jZUJsyrAdDCHYHPPgu1TP+r0Bdi+1KdnQfErjpmFRYlNppccbK/Vu/HV5zBpgS1qfMae4Q71uxEad3QnV5hnntd5kgdUPe6o=
cookie_name yrpdwm
cookie_path /ezlogin/
admin_user admin
mysql_encrypt no
log_level trace


Check the application log file to find detailed logs. You can find the path by checking the system_folder in /usr/local/etc/ezlogin/ez.conf file as above. The path would be /{system folder}/applicaton/logs/