Apache2 logs: What file permissions to set and how to read with sudo?
I have Ubuntu 14.04 on two droplets. One was the one click LAMP install the other I installed Apache2 manually.
With both droplets the directory for the log files are set as:
drwxr-x— 2 root adm
When I try:
‘sudo cd /var/log/apache2’
I get the error: 'sudo: cd: command not found’
The only way of moving into that directory is to log in as root. Sudo doesn’t work.
However, I can do: 'sudo less /var/log/apache2/access.log’ and read the output.
Why isn’t 'cd’ working with sudo in this instance?