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A new app has been registered with AppConfig. [case 72025]

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by popeye, Jul 1, 2013.

  1. popeye

    popeye Well-Known Member

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    Hi i got this message tonight name cmc and one for csf but i installed these 2 weeks ago ?

    Name: cmc
    Service: whostmgr
    ACLS required: all
    System User: root
    URL(s): /cgi/configserver/cmc.cgi
    Display Name: ConfigServer <b>ModSec Control</b>
    Entry URL: configserver/cmc.cgi
     
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    quietFinn Well-Known Member

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    That is most likely because your cPanel is upgraded to 11.38.1, isn't it?

    See WHM-> Development -> Apps Managed by AppConfig
     
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    Thanks i thought it could be an update :)
     
  4. cPanelMichael

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    Hello :)

    Yes, that message simply indicates those applications have been registered with AppConfig. That is normal behavior. You can find more information on AppConfig at:

    cPanel AppConfig

    Thank you.
     
  5. david.winans

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    Just an FYI

    The notices cPanel sends in regards to AppConfig are sent with high priority, which means they end up being sent to the paging email if you've set it up in WHM. This is VERY bothersome as this isn't an emergency.

    If you manage one server, not such a big deal. If you manage hundreds or thousands of servers these notices become a huge issue as you get hundreds of pages that are not emergency in nature, thus causing you issues in focusing on pages that may need more attention.

    Sounds like there is not currently a way of disabling these pages. I've brought this to cPanel's attention and they've stated they have opened a case with their developers to fix it in future releases. Case 72025
     
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    This is driving me crazy as well, not to mention costing me a bundle in text messages. C'mon cPanel, this is NOT a high priority alert. We should either be able to change the priority or disable the emails. This is a HUGE problem!


     
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    This crap is waking me up five times a night, and I don't see how to change in in the contact manager.

    Where is this thing set in contact manager so they stop hitting my pager?
     
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    Hey wizzy,

    Their is no way at the moment to disable these pages from being sent via WHM. The tech that looked into the issue at cpanel even went so far as to disable all paging in contact manager and the pages still came through :)

    Hopefully cPanel gets this fixed in the future.

    I think the good news is that after all various hundreds of our servers sent out the pages of the apps being registered, we haven't received any further pages.
     
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    i am also getting these message daily for same "installatron" past some days no way to disable ?

    New app registered with whostmgr AppConfig: installatron_whostmgr
     
  10. cPanelMichael

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    Internal case number 72025 was opened to address the issue with the AppConfig alert priority. Per this case, the default priority will be updated to "Medium", and it will be configurable within "Contact Manager" in WHM. There is currently no specific time frame on when this change will be implemented.

    Thank you.
     
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    I also get this for every single server.

    Would it no be enough to send the emails once? They are send several times a day, for every single server.

    Very annoying. Once should more than enough to alert system admins.
     
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    Let's work on getting this expedited. I'm getting very irritated by the barrage of SMS notifications waking me up overnight when upcp is running on all of our servers. This was a horrible oversight in development.
     
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    Is there any update to this? I'm getting notified by SMS and email every night for this and it is quite annoying. Is there really no way to turn off the notifications?
     
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    The changes noted for case 72025 are scheduled for inclusion in the next 11.38.1 build.

    Thank you.
     
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    Paging again ... looks like tonight will be another night of no sleep :(

    Thanks for working on getting this out quickly
     
  16. popeye

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    No sleep is good for you i only have 3 hours most nights.
     
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    Well here's a hint.

    Pages occur when something updates. So what I did is I set a shell to login to each server and run a "manually check for updates for software XYZ" where XYZ is the thing paging.

    So this forces all the updates to run now and all the AppConfig pages to roll in now, rather than 5am
     
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    any update to this? ive got 11.38.1 and still no ability to change it in the contact manager.
     
  19. cPanelMichael

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    It's currently scheduled for inclusion with cPanel version 11.38.1.14. You will see the case number in the change log when it's released:

    cPanel 11.38 Change Log

    Thank you.
     
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    Um, I see that this fix is included in build 14, made available 7/18,

    CPanelVersion1138 < AllDocumentation/ChangeLog < TWiki

    but running the upcp script is still leaving me with 13? Please, I'd really like a night of uninterrupted sleep. Is there a way to specify that I really really really want 11.38.1.14 ?
     
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