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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by sagarchand, Nov 25, 2004.

  1. sagarchand

    sagarchand Member

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    Hello all,

    I've got a new dedicated server at server beach. They gave me cpanel+whm login.
    When i create an account in whm some directories are being created in the /home area with the account names. But these accounts are not displayed in the whm when i list the accounts. I'm able to login to the new account via the ftp client. I want to upload some html files on to that account and want to test them in my browser. I mean ..how can i view the pages that are uploaded to that accounts www folder.??


    here is the msg i'm getting

    WWWAcct 9.2 (c) 1997-2004 cPanel, Inc.

    +===================================+
    | New Account Info |
    +===================================+
    | Domain: domain.com
    | Ip: 1.1.1.1 (n)
    | HasCgi: y
    | UserName: username
    | PassWord: ********
    | CpanelMod: monsoon
    | HomeRoot: /home
    | Quota: unlimited Meg
    | NameServer1: ns.hunt7.com
    | NameServer2: ns.hunt7.com
    | NameServer3:
    | NameServer4:
    | Contact Email:
    +===================================+
    User vasucom added
    Changing password for vasucom
    Password for vasucom has been changed
    Keeping Shell Access (y)
    Copying skel files from /root/cpanel3-skel/ to /home/vasucom/
    Using redhat 7.1/mdk 8.0
    Using new quota support
    (uid 5 0 0 ):
    Filesystem blocks soft hard inodes soft hard
    /dev/hda3 8 0 0 3 0 0
    Name Virtual Host already exists
    Added Entries to httpd.conf (noip)
    Bind reloading on server1 using rndc
    Error reloading bind on server1: rndc: connect failed: connection refused

    Added Named File
    Using Frontpage 5.x!

    Starting install, port: 80.

    Creating web http://www.domian.com.
    Chowning Content in service /.
    Install completed.

    Starting chown, port: 80, web: "/".

    DocumentRoot: "/home/vasucom/public_html"
    Setting Password
    Restarting apache
    Ftp Password Files synced
    Vhost Passwords synced
    The cPanel Users File does not exist: /var/cpanel/users/vasucom
    The cPanel Users File does not exist: /var/cpanel/users/vasucom


    wwwacct creation finished
    Account Creation Complete!!!


    I'm a newbie..plzz help me out

    :(

    /sagar
     
    #1 sagarchand, Nov 25, 2004
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  2. neonix

    neonix Well-Known Member

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    | NameServer1: ns.hunt7.com
    | NameServer2: ns.hunt7.com

    Your primary & secondary nameserver is same...

    should be
    ns1.hunt7.com
    ns2.hunt7.com

    this might be causing the errors...
     
  3. linux-image

    linux-image Well-Known Member

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    the error is:

    The cPanel Users File does not exist: /var/cpanel/users/vasucom

    check permission of /var/cpanel/users/ folder. This file is not created and hence listing at the C-panel is not done.
     
  4. sagarchand

    sagarchand Member

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    Still problem

    I've changed the nameservers.....

    but the same problem is persisting.

    /var/cpanel/users/

    Theres no folder with name users in /var/cpanel. shall i create one manually?

    Thanks for the replies.

    /sagar
     
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    linux-image Well-Known Member

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    do an upcp. that must create it.
     
  6. janov

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    Even I did a upcp, the problem is still existing. I decided to create 'users' directory in /var/cpanel, then created a new account, it is displayed in List Account and other Account functions as well.

    Hope this may help people who still have this problem, in addition to checking the existence of virtual host entry in httpd.conf.
     
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