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    Oxilion commented  · 

    Dear IG,

    Thanks for this suggestion, but that's not what we're looking for. We're specifically looking for Plesk's Action Log, as available fro the Panel via "Tools & Settings" -> "Action Log".

    This is the log that lists all actions from the Panel, such as creating/updating/destroying users, subscriptions, settings, etc...

    The Action Log is held in the 'psa' database in the tables `log_actions` as a link-table to `actions`, `log_components`.

    We would like to have an option to distill and view this Action Log via the CLI, in stead of via the Panel UI.

    We'll gladly hear your input!

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