WordPress can output debug information to a file called debug.log. However, for this to occur, certain flags need to be set in the WordPress wp-config.php file.
After a while the screen will refresh – if the operation is successful. If the operation fails, you’ll get a popup message.
You can see a full log of the operation under the SSH LOG screen.
Do not manually delete the debug.log file from the wp-content folder unless you are ready to turn off the debug flags. Once the file is deleted, the permissions set for the file will NOT allow WordPress to re-create the file. Instead, you will need to turn off the flags and turn them back on (which will create a new blank debug file that WordPress can write to).
For OpenLiteSpeed servers, you MUST use the steps described above to enable or disable WP_DEBUG. If you manually edit the wp-config.php file to add or edit the WP_DEBUG entry, the debug.log file will NOT be located in the expected location (wp-content/). Additionally, you will not be able to download log files unless the above steps are followed to enable the debug logs for a site.