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  • I have wordpress. 3.4.2 and have received this warning This account has used 82.38% (20990.76/25480.00 MB) of its allocated disk space.
    Please can you tell me how to view the error log so I can disable it.

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  • You don’t need the error log for this. You are almost using all diskspace you got from your hoster.

    It was our host that told me to delete the error log
    He has found what is causing the problem and asked me to delete the error log. but I don’t know how to do it.
    thank you for your help.

    Just checked your account and could see the error_log was again started and was using 20GB of data. I’ve just removed it from your account.
    Even though I’ve disabled the display errors off on php.ini file its not working. I suspect this is something has to do with your wordpress site settings. Can you please turn off error log reporting your wordpress site ?

    From our host

    Aha. For that you need to login to your host looking for a file called error_log or something like that and delete it.

    If you have SSH access at your hosters then type ‘tail -50 error_log’ and you can see the lastest lines why you are causing so much errors.

    Are you using some plugins for this, because so much errors is not normal

    If you can’t find it contact your hoster and ask to explain where to error log is sitting.

    Please help, where is the error log. Do I need to download a plugin?

    No it’s a apache server’s thingie. So look ( via FTP or SSH ) ON the server to see where it is. Otherwise ask your hoster

    thanks for your help, we are getting there, thank you

    It appears that this is causing the build up
    Version 1.3.7 | By SedLex

    Do I delete it,
    Am I using the correct short url plugin? We find the plugin really useful

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