Local development server. Clean installation of Debian Stretch 9.5.
The installation reported errors while processing pure-ftpd and symbiosis-ftpd with a "sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1) symbiosis" message. Above this error there was a message stating update-inetd not found so I installed and ran "apt-get install --install-recommends bytemark-symbiosis" again. Question, if i wanted to completely remove Symbiosis and start from fresh how is this achieved?
Issues initially getting Apache to start. I bump in to this issue with dev servers frequently. This was resolved by deleting the zz-mass-hosting.ssl.conf file and adding /etc/symbiosis/apache.d/disabled.zz-mass-hosting then running symbiosis-httpd-configure. I had to do this with Jessie / Symbiosis development servers in the past too.
Anyway, getting to the point (not sure if the above is relevant). The docs state:
"By default, access requests for each site on a machine will go to public/logs/access.log. If the site has SSL enabled, the request logs will go to public/logs/ssl_access.log. These logs get rotated once a day, and compressed after two days"
On my Jessie development machines the /public/logs/ folder is created automatically. On Stretch it isn't. Am I missing something obvious?