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After every reboot "Failed" errors

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  1. Mini

    Mini Well-Known Member

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    I have attached a screenshot of the "failed" errors I get. I get them after EVERY reboot. I'm guessing that I've touched something, But I don't know what I have touched. Could someone please help me fix these errors? And everything seems OK even with these "Failed" errors, But something could be wrong.

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    Do these errors remain indefinitely?
     
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    Mini Well-Known Member

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    I *think* they go away after an hour or so????

    BUT! If I restart FTPd and SSHd they go away.. I do not want this because it's very inconvient.

    Restarting FTPd gets rid of every failed except the EximStat.

    Restarting SSHd gets rid of the failed in EximStat.

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    Hello,

    Try the command and then reboot your server and check
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    chkconfig chkservd on
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    It's nothing unusual because of the way that cPanel uses chkservd to start services after a reboot. If you want to reset chkservd after a reboot add the following line to the end of /etc/rc.d/rc.local (if you have that on your OS):

    /etc/init.d/chkservd restart
     
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    Thanks.. This fixed all problems except EximStats..

    I still need to reboot SSHd to fix EximStat.. I might add that to rc.local aswell ...

    Thanks!
     
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    What's the path for eximstats?

    Thanks!
     
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    are you able to send and receive mails while the services are shown as failed?
    I had a similar problem but not exactly same...and it turned out to be problem with apf/iptables
     
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    Yes.. I am able to recieve mail.. It's eximSTATS that is failed. Not actually exim..

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    Eximstats probably fail because MySQL isn't full up when it tries to run. You can restart them using:

    /scripts/restartsrv_eximstats
     
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