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A couple of issues with the new backup system.
1. System backups will not be uploaded to any remote destinations - Kind of hard to restore a...
All is good and working normal again. Thanks for the quick assistance.
Yes that worked and upcp is running now. Will update if Internal Server Errors go away once finished.
Nick upcp -force fails with;
[20121204.154136] Detected cron=0 (Terminal detected)...
Cannot force an update
We have had this on several servers. Perl is foo'bar'd server wide. Below is just a SMALL amount of the cpanel error_log
The servers we've had...
Couldn't agree more, I have not had even one person like the new look. Plus the fact no optional choices is a really bad move IMHO.
Which version of cPanel/WHM are you using? I noticed you have a fairly old version (5.6.2) of perl on your server.
Based on the fact it is in a hidden directory with a very weird name, there is a high probability it is malicious. Go to that directory and...
Keep in mind the 2gb limit for files. The log files need to be rotated before they reach 2gb in size.
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Try the following;
su - USERNAME
Make sure gcc works
gem list --local <--Show what is installed for this user (probably nothing...
In WHM, go and edit the package (make no changes) just resave it in there and it should update all of the existing clients on that package.
This is generally caused by damaged or corrupted yaml files in a users .cpaddons directory under /home/USER/.cpaddons.
Locating and fixing the...
We found that an upcp -force corrected this.
Anyone every get a good handle on how to correct this? We have this one client only, so I am suspicious of it being a server config issue as that...
You need to get that server off the network and the internet. The longer it is up the more damage is done. Let alone because your server has been...
We are also seeing the "failed to expand condition" condition every day. We do the eximup --force and it works fine, next morning same problem and...
You can leave it as 644 and just use the following to run.
There is a chance it's not his IP that is blocked, by one of the IP's on route to you.
Get a traceroute from him, and do one from your server....