danceage

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Hi
One of my accounts is not available in account list, the website is up but the user name is not available
I installed SSL on account’s domain recently
Please help me
 
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danceage

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Not worked

I used the script but I can't see the account yet, I can modify account with manually changing the user name and domain in WHM url but the user is not in account lists

Thank you
 

chirpy

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Go on, have a guess
If you edit the file /var/cpanel/users/accountname does it have a line that shows:

DNS=domain.com

For the correct domain in it?
 

aby

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danceage said:
Yes i can find that:
DNS=danceage.com

Please check the files /etc/userdomains, /etc/trueuserdomains, httpd.conf etc for the entries of the domain. Are you sure that the domain is loading the correct page. Why i say this is that i had seen cases in which the entry for the domaiin is missing in httpd.conf. In that case manually add it and run the script as suggested by chirpy.

/scripts/updateuserdomains
 

danceage

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The domain name and user name was missing in
/etc/trueuserdomains
I added the domain and user name in file but there is one problem, when I run
/scripts/updateuserdomains

the script deletes the domain and user name again.
 

jsnape

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This is an ongoing problem. CPanel is allowing duplicate entries all over the place in /var/cpanel/users/. Every server I run shows errors like this when updateuserdomains runs:

[userdomains] domain conflict: /var/cpanel/users/user contains a MAIN domain already owned by so&so at /scripts/updateuserdomains line 184, <F> line 2.
[userdomains] domain conflict: /var/cpanel/users/user contains a domain already owned by so&so at /scripts/updateuserdomains line 172, <F> line 6.
[userdomains] domain conflict: /var/cpanel/users/user contains a domain already owned by so&so at /scripts/updateuserdomains line 172, <F> line 8.

Its causing problems and compounding on itself daily.
 
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I'm having the same problem as well.

[userdomains] domain conflict: /var/cpanel/users/maini contains a MAIN domain already owned by damaini at ./updateuserdomains line 184, <F> line 2.
[userdomains] domain conflict: /var/cpanel/users/pcmedic contains a MAIN domain already owned by damaini at ./updateuserdomains line 184, <F> line 2.
[userdomains] domain conflict: /var/cpanel/users/xili contains a MAIN domain already owned by damaini at ./updateuserdomains line 184, <F> line 2.

File: /var/cpanel/damaini.accts

,clientdomain.com,147.202.65.106,damaini,,,,,,,,,damaini,server2.domain.com,x,,512000,,,,damaini_Main,,,,,,,Sun Sep 26 12:25:56 2004,1096219556
 
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I noticed also that the reseller account I am referring to shows only one (main) account in the /var/cpanel/reseller.accts file while the rest of the customer accounts for that reseller are in fact found in /var/cpanel/users with proper dns information, but still missing from whm account list.
 
S

Secret Agent

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Does someone know of a fix for this? I've tried much but to no avail
 
S

Secret Agent

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4 days now.

Please, can someone give a slight hint here? This is a first time experience with this kind of problem and clearly I am not the only one.
 
S

Secret Agent

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Problem solved with no ones help :D (humour)


I edited the reseller's main account file in /var/cpanel/users/mainresellerusername
and delted all the DNS=domains.com excluding the main domain that should remain there.

Ran /scripts/updateuserdomains

Fixed :)
 

NicG

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Does anyone have any other suggestions for this?

I have done all of the above and it is still leaving one rouge domain that juist doesn't want to go back where it should be.
 

rsutc

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OK, there is a little more to this, as I have just discovered.

1. The problem about complaints on a main domain already being there also happens (or has just begun to happen) when there is a main domain and a subdomain (or apparently a parked domain now too), and the subdomain (park) has a cpanel (with a user) separate from the cpanel for the domain itself. In this case the var/cpanel/users/userformaindomain will contain the DNS line for the subdomain and var/cpanel/users/userofsubdomain will also have the same DNSA line.

So, should the same fix be applied? Take this line out of the file for the maindomainuser?

2. I also notice in looking at all these files, that they have a line IP=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Fair enough, but this info is apparently redundant, because it is wrong. I had to re-IP the whole box about a year ago, and these files have the old IP numbers, not the new ones. Yet all seems to work.


Looks like there are a couple of bugs here.


Rick
 

rsutc

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rsutc said:
OK, there is a little more to this, as I have just discovered.

So, should the same fix be applied? Take this line out of the file for the maindomainuser?

Rick
Well, to answer my own question, since no one else did. YES!!! Further problems developed, or became visible after this error manifest. The users in question were not listed in the reseller or root lists (per the above) AND were unable to access their emai, apparently because the email didn't "see" them as users either. The above fix, and running updateuserdomains not only made the errors go away, it made their email visible once again.


However, my questions remains: what about the IP numbers in these files? Surely they shouldn't be there. After all if having the wrong ones means everything still (apparently) works, they are surely not needed.

ick
 

chirpy

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If the IP addresses aren't changed in the user files after using the IP migration tool, then there's a bug in that tool and it would be worthwhile logging that in bugzilla.

That said, it doesn't appear that that field in the user file is used anywhere and it could well be a legacy item from the past.
 

cookiesunshinex

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Thank you very very much for this.

I ran the scripts/updateuserdomains but it didn't fix my problem.

I edited /var/cpanel/users/ (one of the domains)

then ran scripts/updateuserdomains and it worked fine now.
I'm able to see the account/domain that disappeared in the "list accounts" view in WHM
BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY. I'M ABLE TO GET TO ALL THE MAILBOXES FOR THAT DOMAIN NOW.

I also found the fix to something I've been loooking to for ages and have never been able to fix.

I had my accounts on a shared server a couple of years ago. Because the account was on a shared server, it was cheaper for me to create a directory pointer for a second domain.

originally, I had
www.domain2.com
domain1.domain2.com

When I moved to a dedicated server, I was able to have
www.domain2.com
www.domain1.com

for some strange reason, the subdomains were always messed up for domain2.com and I could never figure out where this was set.

All the bandwidth usage was the same for both accounts (domain1 and domain2). I could never for the life of me figure out where this mis-configuration was.

Thanks to this post, I found the issue.
 

Lyttek

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I have a missing domain in 'list accts' in WHM.

The account is working fine and has previously shown up in WHM.

I've checked trueuserdomains, userdomains, httpd.conf, /var/cpanel/users/accountname

I've run /scripts/updateuserdomains; restarted the cpanel services

There are no resellers on the system; no parked/addon domains associated with this account.

This account is the only one on /home2; all others are in /home. As a test, I created a new account on /home2 and it showed up in the list.

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