troubleshooting Question

how to check Apache, MySQL and general logs on CentOS

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On a CentOS 5.x Server

1. How do I check Apache logs for a particular date? e.g. what was the peak of concurrent web requests on this date?

2. MySQL logs for a particular date? i.e.  a list of queries that were running at the time that the load spiked.

3. On a particular date, The traffic was very high and server became non responsive, so to identify what was the bottle neck, how do I check what was the system condition before it became non responsive, using logs?

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