any idea ?
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any idea ?
is there any updates about whether the apache configuration template file has been changed or not, i assume it is "/usr/local/cpanel/etc/httptemplates/apache1/default" but i did add some...
Don't have time or quite enough test boxes to test apache 2.2 but i am interested in how does cpanel manage to calculate bandwidth usage for vhosts!
May be you need to comment out those lines from httpd.conf
AddHandler cgi-script .cgi
AddHandler cgi-script .pl
AddHandler cgi-script .cgi .pl
This will totally prevent execution of...
I think WHM get it's version live by issuing "httpd -v" command and getting it's output or at the compiling time and caching it into some file, However cPanel for users works in a different...
I wonder how cpanel calculates memory and where exactly is it getting this information from :)
I see it reporting on one of the boxes "Memory Used 25.9 %" although when i do "$free -m" i...
If i understand cpanelkenneth right, then i think this would fix your problem in a shake of a lamb's tail :)
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Curious to know one of my lines regarding a "not the right way" of asking about stuff :)
Well cpanelnick, without offending wether cPanel controled services is security wise or note and without getting into this subject, some believe that chroot'ing publicly used services/daemons is a...
i miss described, i was meaning by the following file the modified chroothttpd file, and what i replaced with chroothttpd file is a file i stripped almost all of the function of chroothttpd from and...
After applying the following file i totally got what will be needed for the chroot to be cPanel friendly, however i did it in a another way which might be a less processes consuming...
Thanks so much for such help, I did have now a modified version with your additions.. however i won't be able to test it momentary on a production box and unfortunately I'm not so...
any body !?
Does cPanel have any fashionable/automated way to run Apache in a chroot'd environment as well as PHP ! I could go with the old normal hard way for chroot'ing but i wonder if cPanel have...
I realized that the EDGE tree now have the mysql-4.1.22 rpm's, this version addresses many bugs which we really need.
The question is ! how to manually upgrade from mysql-4.1.21 on the...
Sounds like you should start crawling google for servers security how-to's! start with this which might help in your /tmp case http://www.eth0.us/tmp
this is the same happening with me! isn't there any fix yet or again cPanel will starve our boxes to DEATH :p
i ensured that [AddHandler cgi-script .cgi .pl] is existing in the httpd.conf
now any perl script gives the listed errors down here, just wanna know if it's perl problem or i do want to add...
for any cPanel account whenopening Server Status it give as follows.
this isn't the same as from the WHM as it's working well there. Any idea! :rolleyes:
cPanel takeover is a one way process ;)
so it's in BETA now, is it fully functioning or buggy enough to get the box messed up?
mmm, i doubt that, already running latest edge on one of the boxes and no easyapache2 at all!!
think we'll need cpanelnick to verify that!? :rolleyes:
nice, if cPanel really doesn't support FC5 x86_64 yet, then why would a link like that http://httpupdate.cpanel.net/mysqlinstall/5.0.22-0/64/fedora/5/ be existing ??? :rolleyes:
well, looks like it's turning out to be out of cpanel's hands, according to this changeset page http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/news-5-0-23.html it looks like 5.0.23 isn't yet released, may be...