NNNils

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Originally posted by DWHS.net
Did you upgrade to edge first or did you re-install the rpm's first?

Thanks by the way for the posts, I am surprised this isn't a bigger issue. I must be missing something, Charles

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This is what I did (don't know exactly but this is it roughly):

- try /scripts/easyapache (option 4)
- reboot
- install rpms glibc-common , glibc
- rebuild rpm database
- reboot
- install glibc2, glib, glib-common

It worked!

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andyf

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It works, as it's just reversing what upcp did to break it. Like I say, its not ideal since it'll break again tonight.

Cpanel need to be made aware so they can fix it before tonights update, or just pull the update from the update server.

Not only that, but these updates were security updates so you ideally do want them - just working versions would be better :D

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WebHostPro

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Goal your the man,

Thanks the main tech is not around tonight.

Anyways I have about 45 servers to disable auto update on and three to do your code on for now.

Regards..... Whew.....

Cpanel if you read this pleae stop your updates, your dropping apachees like flies!!!!!!!!!

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andyf

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should be noted, these problems wont occur on all machines. those which has glibc 2.3.2 (which for some reason seems to be about 50% of our RH8 machines) will work just fine with the updates.

seeing as the glibc2.3.2 rpms are on the rh8 update server at cpanel, I'd hazard a guess that the update for them hasn't taken to all machines correctly and there was no checking to ensure glibc2.3.2 was present before the XFree86 libs were update.

looks like glibc needs updating in upcp, followed by XFree86.

anyone disagree?

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pingo

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Thanks NNNils - you're the man :) That did it. And I'll stop automatic updates from now on. I think I have experienced enough with that now.

John

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NNNils

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Originally posted by pingo
That did it.
Maybe you should specify "That" for the other folks looking for a solution.

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pingo

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That did it: :)


- try /scripts/easyapache (option 4)
- reboot
- install rpms glibc-common , glibc
- rebuild rpm database
- reboot
- install glibc2, glib, glib-common


I actually only had to do the first 4 of them:

- try /scripts/easyapache (option 4)
- reboot
- install rpms glibc-common , glibc
- rebuild rpm database


John

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phantom

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All i did was easyapache option 4
reinstall glibc and glibc-common.
restarted apache.

fixed.

Also, I'm trying something else tht I think wil work.

Update cpanel to the Stable tree.

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phantom

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reinstall glibc
and glibc-common
restart apache
fixed

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qwerty

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this problem occurs on RH8 boxes only right? Anyone with RH7.3 had this problem?

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NNNils

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The one I had it on is rh8 indeed, but I have also other rh8 boxes that didn't have it.

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Darren

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fix

Running /scripts/rpmup should fix this for everyone who's boxes were not getting the updated glibc.

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Jun 27 14:56:43 jupiter kernel: Out of Memory: Killed process 29843 (httpd).
Jun 27 14:56:49 jupiter kernel: Out of Memory: Killed process 25922 (httpd).
Jun 27 14:57:16 jupiter kernel: Out of Memory: Killed process 28856 (httpd)

.... can't work ~~ why ?

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