Below are the steps to create a new access log to replace the existing access log. In this example, we are using the 'main' access log as the existing access log and the new access log is named as 'main2'.
1. Create new access log (eg: 'main2').
Go to Configuration > Access Logging > Logs > Logs tab.
Check the current 'main' access log format (eg: bcreportermain_v1_custom).
Then click on the 'New' button and set the following settings. Make sure the format is the same as the existing 'main' access log.
2. Set the proxy protocol to use the new access log.
Go to Configuration > Access Logging > General > Default Logging tab.
Edit all the protocol that used the old 'main' access log to the new 'main2' access log.
For example, the HTTP protocol log new setting will look like the one below.
Then proceed with the rest of the protocols that used the old 'main' access log.
3. Setup the access logging upload client for the new access log.
Take note of the existing 'main' access log upload client FTP settings first.
Go to Configuration > Access Logging > Logs > Upload Client tab.
Set the 'Log:' to 'main'.
Click on the 'Settings' to see the settings for the FTP upload client and take note of these settings.
Then Cancel the Settings window and proceed to set the new access log FTP upload client settings following the existing FTP upload client settings for the 'main' access log.
Set the 'Log:' to the new access log (eg: 'main2').
Set the 'Client type:' to FTP Client and set the 'Settings' the same as the 'main' access log.