CPanel Log File Locations for access_log,error_log, mysql

All Errors (CPanel does not report by domain, but puts everything in a single log which I think is a bit silly and annoying):

/usr/local/apache/logs/error_log

Access_Logs

They are found within the home directory of the site user eg.:

/home/admin/access-logs/yoursite.com

MySQL Logs

 /var/lib/mysql/yourhostname.err


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