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my log messages show [[email protected] logs]$ tail -n 20 error_log[Thu Nov 20 18:43:17 2014] [error] [client] File does not exist: /usr/local/apache/htdocs/favicon.ico[Thu Nov 20 18:43:17 2014] [error] [client] File does Feb 28 '10 #3 reply Expert Mod 5K+ P: 8,551 Dormilich usually this is the icon a website displays in the address bar and similar places. zajacmp3: Your default configuration does not handle ipv6 properly.--- Code: ---[Wed Dec 03 14:59:56 2014] [error] [client 2001:41d0:a:XXXX::1] File does not exist: /usr/local/apache/htdocs/img, referer: http://blog.xxxxxx.ovh/--- End code ---while the original vhost Stay logged in Toggle Width Home Contact Us Help Terms and Rules Privacy Policy Top Company About Us Our Leadership Giving Back Contact Become a Partner Careers Products cPanel Features WHM http://svbuckeye.com/apache-error/apache-error-log-file-does-not-exist-favicon-ico.php

I agree with this comment. Learn More. Users create sub domains / addon domains and the errors start rolling back in anyway though. Feb 28 '10 #2 reply P: 21 Abhilash Etikala sorry, i am new to php and wat is that file and why we need that file....???

Feb 28 '10 #5 reply P: 21 Abhilash Etikala I am getting this error when i use chrome..but not in IE...??? It's quick & easy. Similar topics waiting for file to exist! There's help on the way for that, see this Feature Request: skeleton directory for addon and sub domains But, if you've got for example one hundred accounts you've just moved in

Re: When using System.IO.FileStream, I write 8 bytes, then seek to the start of the file, does the 8 bytes get flushed on seek and the buffer become a readbuffer at cPanel Knowledge Base #2 Infopro, Mar 13, 2012 Last edited: Mar 20, 2015 Eric Administrator Staff Member Joined: Nov 25, 2007 Messages: 734 Likes Received: 10 Trophy Points: 18 Location: Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... but it beats me, why your script explicitly checks for that file.

No, create an account now. Mar 12 '10 #7 reply P: 21 Abhilash Etikala Thank You both Dormilich and kub365....i understood about the favicon i just create d the icon file and using i linked So... https://wiki.apache.org/httpd/Favicon Alternatively, perhaps some way of turning these notification OFF in the apache logs. (less loggin = less cpu usage) Kindest Regards Craig Edmonds UK Cheap Hosts | Craig Edmonds #1

Code: cat /usr/local/apache/logs/error_log |grep "File does not exist"| awk '{print $13}'|sort|uniq|grep favicon.ico You can also change out favicon for any other file you're looking for. --Eric www|twitter|steam|linkedin #3 Eric, Mar I think you have something like: Expand|Select|Wrap|Line Numbers But you should have something like: Expand|Select|Wrap|Line Numbers Apr 12 '10 #9 reply Expert 5K+ P: 6,050 sprabowo: still in problem, i've tried to follow that instruction and tried to reinstall... :( Glenn: Try and set your Varnish (if you use it) or shared ip to and favicon.ico File does not exist errors in apache log Discussion in 'Workarounds and Optimization' started by craigedmonds, Mar 13, 2012.

These images are also used by bookmarking services and when you bookmark a pages. http://serverfault.com/questions/364424/disable-file-does-not-exist-var-www-html-favicon-ico I get ALOT of these messages in the log (thousands per day) Code: File does not exist: /home/username/public_html/domain.ccc/favicon.ico File does not exist: /home/username/public_html/domain.ccc/404.shtml File does not exist: /home/username/public_html/domain.ccc/robots.txt It would be Error: File does not exists favicon.ico Rename File if Exist with DateTime file does not begin with %PDF - BinaryWrite workgroup information file does not exist Check File is exist query for providing its computer software that facilitates the management and configuration of Internet web servers. WebPanel > Apache Default Page Displayed for all domains << < (2/12) > >>

For example on Bytes, you will see a purple icon at the top next to the name of the page on the tab. my review here Apr 12 '10 #8 reply Expert Mod 5K+ P: 9,581 Frinavale You should be using a URL to the favicon.ico file....it looks like you're trying to use the physical path on favicon.ico file does not exist P: 21 Abhilash Etikala File does not exist: C:/Program Files/Apache Software Foundation/Apache2.2/htdocs/favicon.ico why i am getting this error?? I wonder if others might as well?

cPanel Forums > Server Administration and Customization > Workarounds and Optimization > This site uses cookies. It would be nice to find a elegant way to fix these errors.Click to expand... Useful Searches Recent Posts Resources Resources Quick Links Search Resources Most Active Authors Latest Reviews Feature Requests Defects Menu Log in Sign up The Community Forums Interact with an entire community click site For many years I've added the most common error pages (400.shtml, 401.shtml, 403.shtml and others, favicon, index.html landing page, robots.txt) and a readme to explain to the new user what they

Please add this as a feature in future releases.is this even open source? You should always create a unique favicon.ico for your website, so your website visitors know that they've landed on a page of your website. Every domain should have ipv4 configuration and ipv6.

craigedmonds Well-Known Member Joined: Oct 29, 2007 Messages: 107 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 16 Location: Europe cPanel Access Level: Root Administrator Twitter: Follow @craigedmonds Hi All, Is there a way

Product Evangelist Staff Member Joined: May 20, 2003 Messages: 14,176 Likes Received: 167 Trophy Points: 63 Location: Pennsylvania cPanel Access Level: Root Administrator Twitter: Follow @InfoprosNetwork I'm not aware of any This is our favicon.ico. IE is a browser that will cache the icon file on the first request. Adding these files to the cpanel3-skel for root and Reseller(s) is a great way to start out and limit these errors.

Apr 30 '10 #10 reply Expert Mod 5K+ P: 9,581 Frinavale *Most* being FireFox ;) I don't think Internet Explore does something as silly as adding a link to your page As Dormilich said, it's the little icon at that you see next to the name of your website when you open a website in a browser. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. navigate to this website Feb 28 '10 #4 reply P: 21 Abhilash Etikala I dont know...even i execute a simple info() script also getting the same error in logs...

Some browsers won't call that file or they will cache it in the browser so it won't be requested again. Post your question and get tips & solutions from a community of 418,428 IT Pros & Developers. Mar 12 '10 #6 reply Expert Mod 100+ P: 2,303 niheel You are getting this error in your logs because you do not have this icon file in your root folder. Correct me if i am wrong...

Feb 28 '10 #1 Post Reply Share this Question 11 Replies Expert Mod 5K+ P: 8,551 Dormilich the file is not there? It's an easy way to identify that youv'e landed on a page of a certain website. 418,428 Members | 1,587 Online Join Now login Ask Question Home Questions Articles Browse Topics Latest Top Members FAQ home > topics > apache Stay logged in Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Toggle navigation Products Plans & Pricing Partners Support Resources Preview Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums New Posts Search titles

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